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The trickle of high-yield issuers listing on offshore exchanges to circumvent new EU regulation could turn into a flood, as the burden of compliance scares away even US-listed companies and pushes market stalwarts to consider delisting existing bonds... read more
On August 22, 2016, the executive board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the 2016 Article IV consultation with Barbados... read more
When the EU put pressure on Switzerland to scrap tax breaks for foreign companies, Geneva had the most to lose. Now the canton that is home to almost 1,000 multinationals is set to use tax to burnish its appeal... read more
US expected to seek tightening of rules to limit companies’ leeway to reduce tax bills... read more
Mauritius is likely to maintain its edge over Cyprus as preferred source of FDI for India as inflows from the Indian Ocean island nation will get concessional tax treatment till March 2019, say tax experts... read more
Hedge funds recorded their highest monthly outflows since February 2009 in July – continuing a downward trend that began in January.... read more
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