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Tax Evasion

German Firms Investigated Over Possible Tax Evasion Via Maltese Companies

German Firms Investigated Over Possible Tax Evasion Via Maltese Companies
Tax police in Germany's North Rhine-Westphalia state investigate possible tax evasion of German companies through offshore companies in Malta, local media reported Wednesday. BERLIN (Sputnik) — According to the Handelsblatt newspaper, Finance ...

The EU wants €2 billion from Britain for failing to stop Chinese crime gangs cheating tax

The EU wants €2 billion from Britain for failing to stop Chinese crime gangs cheating tax
By Oscar Williams-Grut LONDON — Brexit negotiations will get even more complicated for the government, with the EU set to demand €2 billion (£1.7 billion) from the UK as part of a fraud investigation. The EU believes that British ...

Serbia's police arrest 16 customs officers for tax evasion

Serbia's police arrest 16 customs officers for tax evasion
Serbian police have detained 16 customs officers and one company director on suspicion of tax evasion and dereliction of duty, the country's interior ministry said on Monday. The customs officers were suspected of helping at least two private companies to...

Tax evasion issue continues to haunt Swiss banking

Tax evasion issue continues to haunt Swiss banking
By: Laura Noonan in London and Ralph Atkins in Zurich Thousands of clients have had to prove they are tax compliant yet groups are still not in the clear Swiss private banks have spent much of the past decade trying to rid themselves of lucrative accounts...

Norwegian shipowners reject OMSA tax evasion claims

Norwegian shipowners reject OMSA tax evasion claims
By David Foxwell The Norwegian Shipowners Association has rejected claims by the Offshore Marine Services Association (OMSA) in the US that Norwegian owners of offshore construction vessels operating in the Gulf of Mexico are engaged in tax evasion. As ...

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