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Singapore and Cambodia signed a tax treaty May 20, the first agreement covering taxation between the two countries, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore said May 20,... read more
Islamic finance institutions will present a set of guidelines for Muslim charitable institutions later this month, as the industry looks to develop a more efficient use of their assets... read more
EU officials concerned about changes to USC and planned suspension of water charges... read more
EU finance ministers failed to reach an agreement on multinational tax avoidance yesterday, deferring a possible deal until June... read more
Markets in Asia ended mostly higher on the final trading day of the week as traders awaited direction from U.S. Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen's comments due later... read more
Measures aimed at tax avoidance had to be aimed at reducing abuse, not at limiting genuine investment, Finance Minister Edward Scicluna told European finance ministers today... read more
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