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A need to know basis, and the public really needs to know
February 3rd, 2016
It’s been a busy week for the issues of tax and transparency in the European Union. It started with a bombshell announcement that Google would pay about $185 million in back taxes to the UK government (and other reports that Italy is seeking unpaid taxes from Google, as well). However, there was much discussion about
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Big business opposed to CBCR? Maybe not so much
September 9th, 2015
There’s a perception that big business is strongly opposed to country by country reporting (CBCR) requirements. But a new survey funded by the FTC and carried out by CoCom member Christian Aid has revealed that there’s far less opposition than one might think. Public country by country reporting calls for companies to make basic information about their
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Luxembourg Leaks Show that Corporate Secrecy is Alive and Well
November 6th, 2014
WASHINGTON D.C. — Newly leaked documents detailed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists describe worrying tax arrangements negotiated between Luxembourg and more than 340 multinational companies. The details of the agreements offer a first hand look at the methods use by corporations to shift profits around the world with ease. “While G20 leaders proclaim that
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RT @michaelpmdavis: #18IACC: @cynthia_gabriel Lesson from #1MDB case is how corrupt transactions cross boundaries through money flows that…
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