Tuesday, January 08, 2013

From Third World Network: Siphoning the South's Resources

Tax troubles: How TNCs enhance profits by avoiding taxes
Northern governments should stop allowing transnational corporations to exploit the faultlines of the international tax system to transfer billions of dollars from Southern countries to the North.
By Peter Gillespie
Transfer pricing and tax evasion: Beyond the trans-Atlantic furore
Developing countries face multiple impacts from the combined effects of tax breaks for foreign investors and manipulative transfer pricing practices.
By Smitha Francis
Exposing the lost billions
How developing countries lose billions to tax dodging every year, and how the leaks can be plugged.
By Oygunn Sundsbo Brynildsen
India's onslaught highlights 'divide' over UN tax committee's role
Revolt is in the air against the promotion of the OECD as the sole body to set the norms of international taxation.
By Andrew Goodall
Why I love the United Nations tax committee
The continuing battle between the rich and poor countries on the issue of international taxation goes to the heart of global political economy.
By Martin Hearson
The need for research into unitary taxation of transnationals
There is a need for more research into unitary taxation, which treats transnationals as integrated firms.
By Sol Piccioto


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