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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.

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G20
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.

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EU-US Privacy Shield
EU-US Privacy Shield made into law - So what happens now?

The EU-US Privacy Shield has now been made into law. But what happens next?

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UK exit from EU
Is the UK set for a quick exit from the EU?

The UK's exit from the EU is set to be most pressing issue for new prime minister Theresa May.

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OECD
OECD set criteria for labelling countries as 'non-cooperative' tax jurisdictions

The OECD has laid out criteria for determining whether a country is a “non-cooperative” tax jurisdiction.

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EC tax
EC adopts new corporate tax avoidance rules

A number of new rules have been introduced as part of measures implemented by the European Commission.

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Rouse Partner
Rouse Partners’ Bindi Palmer wins prestigious award for services to accounting

West of London based Praxity member, Rouse Partners have celebrated their Partner, Bindi Palmer, winning the British Indian Awards, for Services to Accounting 2016.

Praxity news
Tax evasion
CISI calls on all Brits to pay tax, even if they're living abroad

The CISI claims the proposed measures would help to reduce the risks of tax evasion.

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EU tax avoidance
EU pushes through corporate tax avoidance rules

Despite Brexit continuing to cause shockwaves across Europe, the EU has taken steps aimed a cracking down on tax avoidance.

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US investment post-Brexit
US investment banks to offer boost to post-Brexit London

The recent Brexit result has sparked unease among many financial workers in London.

Economics World news