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US tax cheat deal mired in legal minefield swissinfo

Switzerland Struggles With Bank Secrecy Amid U.S. Pursuit of Tax Evaders Bloomberg Businessweek

HSBC Whistleblower Hervé Falciani to Advise French Lawmakers on Fighting Tax Evasion International Business Times

Tax haven Liechtenstein opens consulate in Hong Kong to boost ties South China Morning Post

U.S.: Sen. Levin, Sen. Coburn Release GAO Report Finding U.S. Corporations Pay an Average Effective Tax Rate of 12.6 Percent

Thirteen Facts About America's Tax-Dodging Corporations truthout

Apple Paid No UK Corporate Taxes In 2012: Report Huffington Post

Whole Foods CEO On Using Tax Havens: 'We Would If We Could' Huffington Post

Google says it paid TOO MUCH tax, wants $83.5m refund The Register

Obama's Treasury Department Prioritizes Interests of Multinational Corporations Over Reducing Tax Avoidance Citizens for Tax Justice

Message from Tanzania to Obama: Transparency builds stronger institutions Policy Forum

Africa likely to lose in G8 ‘tax haven’ deal The East African

Rwanda expects to double mining revenue on new tax Mineweb

Australia To Reform Offshore Banking Units Tax-News

Cleric Arrested in $26 Million Plot, Leaving New Blot on Vatican Bank The New York Times

Time stands still for Lankan laws The Sunday Times
Sri Lankan authorities maintain deafening silence over secret #offshoreleaks accounts

Ousted EU health chief denies reports he stashed money in tax haven Europe Online

HSBC cuts Mediterranean private bank team after drug-ring investigation Reuters

More numbers Jersey’s new report on its finance sector can’t get right Richard Murphy

The Zombies of Mayfair Treasure Islands

Is PPI “the worst scandal in the history of British banking?” Treasure Islands

British MPs Debate Corporation Tax and Multinationals Tax-News

UK: Prince Charles in tax storm as top MP compares the Prince to Starbucks and calls for him to pay more Daily Mail

UK: Rothschild set to advise on split of RBS Financial Times
"The selection of Rothschild to run the RBS probe will raise eyebrows in some quarters, given that the key Treasury official responsible for the government’s bank investments was a Rothschild executive until a year ago."


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