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Luxembourg revelations highlight need for transparency reforms
February 10th, 2021
Earlier this week, reporters revealed that trillions of dollars had flowed in recent years to Luxembourg, thanks to the country’s role in Europe’s “axis of tax avoidance.” The so-called “OpenLux findings” – coming shortly after Luxembourg created a new register to collect the names of company owners (“beneficial owners”) – revealed that fraudsters, oligarchs and
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President Juncker Must Endorse Public Scrutiny of Multinational Tax Payments
September 16th, 2015
Press Release Transparency International is calling on European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to publicly support legislation that would allow citizens to scrutinise the corporate taxes paid by multinational companies to governments. President Juncker will appear tomorrow in front of a special tax committee at the European Parliament to defend the Commission’s track record on tackling
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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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