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CAMPAIGNERS from Africa are gaining support in Scotland in a push for a change in UK tax laws to close loopholes it is claimed cost developing countries billions of pounds each year... read more
A recent change to India’s trading rules has opened the door for fund managers to increase their holdings of derivatives in the country, loosening restrictions that had stifled trading... read more
The Australian government is consulting on setting up and maintaining a register that would reveal the identities of the companies' beneficial owners. ... read more
HSBC Holdings (0005) has made a provision US$773 million for tax and money laundering-related investigations, the bank said.... read more
Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan has criticized the EU's proposals for a common consolidated corporate tax base ... read more
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Back to the Future: BVI Forward
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