Tax-Dodging Firms in G8 Spotlight
The decision by rich countries to clamp down on multinationals that avoid paying taxes has been described as a 'game-changer' by the African Tax Administration Forum.
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Institute for Security Studies, 20 June 2013
The 2013 G8 summit at Lough Erne which UK Prime Minister David Cameron hosted and which ended on 18 June was always going to suffer by comparison with the last G8 summit that ... read more »
Fahamu, 11 June 2013
The plan looks fine, but in practice it means Kenya would become a see-no-evil, hear-no-evil haven for tax cheats and money launderers, governed by lax regulation that puts all the ... read more »
Christian Aid, 6 May 2013
6 May 2013 - The UK Government should concentrate on helping stop the damage caused by tax abuse in developing countries rather than raiding the aid budget, Christian Aid said ... read more »
Capital FM, 8 July 2013
ActionAid International has asked the government to eliminate discretionary tax incentives as they have no monetary and investment value. read more »
AlertNet, 8 July 2013
Kenya's government should stop giving tax breaks to multinationals, instead of taxing the food of poor people who can barely afford to eat, campaigners said on Monday. read more »
Christian Aid, 19 March 2012
The Chancellor George Osborne should use his Budget to abandon plans for a deal which is soft on UK tax dodgers with money hidden in Switzerland and hard on the poorest people in ... read more »
The Senate Committee on Aviation has directed all foreign airlines to pay back the five percent fuel surcharge added to the price of air tickets. Read more »