How Multinationals Dodge Paying Their Taxes in Africa

Two pioneering studies which expose in new detail how multinational corporations avoid paying tax in a developing nation are likely to intensify pressure on the largest firms operating in Africa to pay their fair share of taxes to the countries in which they earn their profits.

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A graph showing the discrepancy between taxable income reported in South Africa by multinationals owned by companies in tax havens and the predicted actual income judged by normal standards of profitability.

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