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Pakistan Grants Bail to ex President Accused of Money Laundering

Pakistan Grants Bail to ex President Accused of Money Laundering
A court in the southern port of Karachi granted on Friday interim bail to former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari who is facing a money laundering trial for transferring Rs 35 billion (US$284 million) through three fake bank accounts, ...

Bitter taste? ‘Tax dodging’ Coca-Cola buys Costa, Britain’s largest coffee-shop chain, for...

Bitter taste? ‘Tax dodging’ Coca-Cola buys Costa, Britain’s largest coffee-shop chain, for £3.9bn
Coca-Cola has agreed to buy Costa Coffee, Britain’s largest coffee-shop chain, from UK company Whitbread for a staggering £3.92 billion ($5.1 billion). It’s “great news for shareholders,” but critics say it’s bad for Britain. Director of the Institute for ...

Panasonic runs from Britain over fears UK will be tax haven after Brexit

Panasonic runs from Britain over fears UK will be tax haven after Brexit
The electronics firm is the latest Japanese firm to signal London will no longer be a suitable tax base after the UK quits the EU.Panasonic is reportedly moving its European HQ from London to Amsterdam because it fears Brexit Britain being seen as a tax haven ...

Premier League footballers are moving their wages overseas to avoid the Brexit plunge in ...

Premier League footballers are moving their wages overseas to avoid the Brexit plunge in the pound
Premier League footballers are moving their wages offshore to shield the money from a slide in the pound caused by Brexit. Foreign players who have moved to Britain from abroad are sending their wages home or buying assets overseas to ensure the ...

£71 billion...the cost of our banks’ misconduct: Our investigation reveals the fines, fees...

£71 billion...the cost of our banks’ misconduct: Our investigation reveals the fines, fees and compensation since 2008 crisis
Britain's biggest banks have paid out £71 billion for misconduct in the decade since the financial crisis, a Mail on Sunday investigation reveals. The staggering costs for Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays and HSBC since the 2008 meltdown...

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