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Panama Papers

Panama Papers: Germany 'pays millions' for leaked data

Panama Papers: Germany 'pays millions' for leaked data
Germany has paid millions of euros for the so-called Panama Papers revealing offshore tax evasion, reports say. The Federal Crime Office (BKA) said it would put the multi-million-file inventory into electronic form to allow for detailed evaluation. It did ...

A study on the impact of the Panama Papers recommends the EU to protect whistleblowers

A study on the impact of the Panama Papers recommends the EU to protect whistleblowers
A recent study carried out by Blomeyer & Sanz in early 2017 – assessing the impact of the Panama Papers revelations on the economy and finances of eight European Member States – recommends the European Union to introduce measures to guarantee the ...

How Hong Kong can shed its reputation as a tax haven

How Hong Kong can shed its reputation as a tax haven
By Kalina Tsang Kalina Tsang says the government’s half-hearted attempt to enforce better information sharing with other jurisdictions to combat cross-border tax evasion does not go far enough, and it should be bolder More than a year after the Panama ...

More Changes Needed From Panama To Quash Tax Evasion

More Changes Needed From Panama To Quash Tax Evasion
By Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington Panama needs to require greater due diligence from financial and banking institution to tackle tax fraud in the wake of the Panama Papers scandal, a United Nations official has said.  "The main component ...

Trump poised to roll back a sweeping crackdown on corporate tax avoidance

Trump poised to roll back a sweeping crackdown on corporate tax avoidance
By Bryce Covert Economic Editor at ThinkProgress. The Obama administration’s rules against so-called tax inversions are likely to be first on the list. President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order on Friday afternoon directing ...

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