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‘Fair and Effective’ Corporate Tax for the EU
  Commissioner Moscovici explains the efforts being made by the EU to raise the bar of tax governance and fair taxation. (19/09/2017)
A World Without Corporate Taxes?
  Contemplating a world where corporate taxes are abolished creates an interesting philosophical discussion, but a decade of post-recession austerity makes this idea seem too utopian. (19/09/2017)
International Tax Transparency: The Devil is in the Overview
  Sometimes the devil is in the detail but where international tax matters are concerned it is often in the overview. (25/08/2017)
The OECD’s Conquest of Domestic Tax Codes: Understanding the Costs and Consequences of the BEPS Project
  A series of high-profile inversions have given international tax regulators both rhetorical ammunition and public support to execute a global crackdown on multinational tax planning. (01/02/2017)
International Tax Transparency: The Devil is in the Overview
  Sometimes the devil is in the detail but where international tax matters are concerned it is often in the overview...... (01/01/2017)
Panama Papers – some perspective from the Cayman Islands
  Ian Huskisson and Neil McLarnon examine the fallout from the Panama Papers, providing a Cayman Islands perspective on implication of the leaks. (01/11/2016)
The Undertaker of Panama
  Marcus Killick highlights the double standards shown by critics of the offshore industry following the leak of personal data in the Panama Papers. (01/11/2016)
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