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A trove of leaked offshore investment documents, dubbed the ‘Paradise Papers’, exposes hidden banking activities of some of the world’s wealthiest people. Samantha Vadas reports. Continue reading
Calls from the British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to publicly manage automation this week have led to speculation he is looking to tax robots, but how would that work?
Siemens has signed a cooperation agreement to expand investments across numerous enterprises in Mexico. As Ciara Lee reports, the German industrial group hasn’t been put off by Trump’s plans to build walls and impose border taxes. Continue reading
Apple has launched a legal challenge to a record $14 billion EU tax demand, arguing that EU regulators ignored tax experts and corporate law, and deliberately picked a method to maximize the penalty. Sonia Legg reports
Two former employees of accounting firm PwC and a journalist, who were handed suspended sentences for having leaked data about Luxembourg’s tax deals with large corporations, begin appeal trial.
Indonesia is investigating Google over five years of unpaid taxes on advertising revenue that could lead to a bill of $400 million for last year alone.
Consumers in London welcome a European Commission order that Apple Inc. must pay Ireland unpaid taxes of up to 13 billion euros (US14.5 billion dollars) as it rules the firm received illegal state aid.
EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager says Apple allocated almost all the profits it made in Europe and other regions to untaxed non-tangible headquarters in Ireland.
EU antitrust regulators order Apple to pay up to 13 billion euros in taxes plus interest to the Irish government after ruling that a special scheme to route profits through Ireland was illegal state aid.