Revenue fuels aid agency’s row with Big Four

June 2nd, 2009

Financial Times

A clash between an aid charity and the four biggest accountancy firms over international tax reporting rules has gained new impetus after a top Revenue & Customs official stepped into the debate.

Supporters of Christian Aid are sending postcards and e-mails to the heads of the accounting firms demanding changes to international rules. The campaign is designed to tackle what it views as tax abuses that drain developing countries of revenue.

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