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Brazilian officials will join several non-governmental agencies in asking world leaders to look closer at fiscal havens during the G20 meeting in China next week... read more
The Italian Government has placed Liechtenstein on its "white list" of jurisdictions deemed to be cooperative in tax matters... read more
Revised tax treaty with Mauritius, which allows India to tax capital gains on investments routed through the island nation, will tackle round tripping of funds and curb tax evasion, the Finance Ministry said on Monday... read more
Key industries in some Commonwealth nations could take massive hits if appropriate steps aren’t taken following the UK’s departure from the EU... read more
A body representing 80 of the biggest US technology companies has warned the Netherlands that it risks job losses and lower investment unless the country preserves its favourable tax regime and pushes back against an EU crackdown on tax avoidance... read more
The government has decided to take federal cabinet on board on recent developments on checking tax evasion and retrieving black money of around $200 billion stashed into Swiss bank accounts... read more
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