Monday, February 25, 2013

Links Feb 25

The uncompetitive culture of auditing's big four remains undented The Guardian
Prem Sikka comments on a report published by the UK's Competition Commission on the lack of competition in the auditing market, arguing that the problems are deep rooted and require major surgery.

Yes, taxation can be a good thing for developing countries devex
Article by TJN-Africa's Alvin Mosioma

In Europe's tax race, it's the base, not the rate, that counts Reuters
On the vote in the European Parliament for the EU to adopt the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB), and how Ireland, the Netherlands and the UK have either opposed the CCCTB or withheld support.

LinkedIn paid no federal income tax over past three years New York Post

Tax expert urges Channel Islands not to follow Isle of Man on compliance deal Jersey Evening Post

The final assault on tax havens, the OECD tries a pincer movement La Repubblica (In Italian)

Tax, Law And Development Edward Elgar Publishing
New book just released, edited by Yariv Brauner, Professor of Law, University of Florida Levin College of Law, US and Miranda Stewart, Professor of Law, University of Melbourne Law School, Australia.

Kenya: State now slaps 20 per cent tax on mining sector deals Business Daily Africa

Bermuda Relaxes Beneficial Owner Reporting Rules

GĂ©rard Depardieu registered as Russian resident amid tax row with France The Guardian

A Revolving Door in Washington With Spin, but Less Visibility Dealb%k

UK rating downgraded while Cayman Islands retains AAA
Cayman News Service

Tax evasion is threatening social morality NyTid (In Swedish)

Laundry ... pagina12 (In Spanish)


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