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The UWO – How Far Can It Go?
  There can be no doubt that financial crimes are committed and there is no question that the rule of law must be brought to bear with full force. But should combating crime mean having to create a hostile environment for wealth? (01/08/2019)
The Future of State Sovereignty and Taxation in The European Union.
  Giving up independent taxation would wrench a crucial element of economic sovereignty out of the hand of national governments. The question cannot be considered in isolation; it is part of the entirety of the EU’s economic and political environment (01/08/2019)
Trade Wars Slow Economic Growth, Harm Welfare, and Push Assets Abroad
  Protectionist policies will likely end up pushing even more capital away from domestic coffers and towards offshore financial centres, resulting in even more sluggish U.S. economic growth. (01/08/2019)
Trusts and Latin America: A Walk Down Memory Lane.
  The trust is a highly flexible and adaptable instrument, as it can perform in a variety of venues and fulfil many needs. The needs of family groups in Latin America, especially in the absence of reliable institutional and economic sanctuary, make the (01/08/2019)
Is Midshore the New Offshore?
  As offshore financial centres come under increasing pressure, their counterparts in Asia offer a compelling alternative. (09/07/2019)
THE OECD, the EU and Tax Fraud – but Whose?
  The OECD and EU and their numerous academic fellow travellers have, since 1998, been engaged in perpetrating upon their putative masters in the G20 (and the peoples whom they are paid to serve) a massive intellectual fraud embracing economics, law, p (01/05/2019)
Economic Colonialism and the European Union Blacklist
  “The higher races have a right over the lower races. They have a duty to civilise the inferior races”. These are the words of Jules Ferry, a leading 19th century proponent of French colonialism. It seems from the extraterritorial expansionist intenti (01/02/2019)
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