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UK and China
Is the UK about to end its special relationship with China?

The UK is seeing its relationship with China come under increasing pressure recently, but it is by no means the only one.

Economics World news
Will a split euro really solve problems with Europe’s single currency?

The future of the Euro and the Eurozone has been placed under the microscope once more.

Economics World news
Luxembourg tax
Luxembourg to bring in new laws in bid to combat global tax evasion

Luxembourg's reputation as a global tax haven could be about to come to an end.

Accountancy Economics World news
G20 Summit
African eyes set to be fixed on upcoming G20 Summit

There is likely to be plenty of interest from Africa in the upcoming G20 Summit.

Economics World news
New Zealand tax
EU considers sanctions on New Zealand over tax laws

The European Union (EU) is considering imposing sanctions on New Zealand, according to reports.

Economics World news
Turkey tax
Turkey brings itself into global tax battle with Last Exit amnesty

The proposed 'Last Exit' amnesty will provide citizens a final chance to repatriate money held overseas.

Accountancy Economics
Plante Moran
Plante Moran Announces the Election of 13 New Partners

Plante Moran, one of the nation’s largest certified public accounting and business advisory firms, has announced 13 new partners in six offices.

Praxity news
Switzerland tax
Switzerland one of 10 countries achieving greater tax transparency, OECD claims

The OECD has laid out a rundown of countries that have achieved greater tax transparency.

Accountancy Economics World news
China proposes global tax measures at G20 meeting

China's finance minister Lou Jiwei has made several suggestions on how to improve global tax measures.

Accountancy Economics World news