The government has accepted a bill championed by Caroline Flint MP to force multinationals to declare the tax they pay.
Eurozone spending slows as exports increase
The European Central Bank is expected to act as a result of the slow pace of spending across the Eurozone.
Japan concerned about business post-Brexit
Japan has shared its concerns about business in a post-Brexit climate and urged the UK to offer some clarity.
Russia and Saudi Arabia agreement stabilises oil market
Two of the biggest oil producers in the world have agreed to take joint action to help stabilise the market for the future.
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.
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.
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.
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.
EU considers sanctions on New Zealand over tax laws
The European Union (EU) is considering imposing sanctions on New Zealand, according to reports.
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.