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Joint international investigation targets tax evasion enablers and Credit Suisse

31 March 2017

Anjana Haines

A joint international investigation, involving Australia, Germany, the UK and the Netherlands, has led to several arrests and an increase in inquiries against individuals involved in tax evasion that are linked to Swiss bank accounts at Credit Suisse.



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This will be interesting if it actually happens https://t.co/ZC9jdauGnW

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RT @OffshoreNewsF: Montenegro and United States sign an Intergovernmental Agreement to implement FATCA provisions https://t.co/QPmR04h7kj

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Tax justice activists are winning and they know it. Now they want nothing short of a revolution https://t.co/GZsxyihrY4

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RT @Richard_Asquith: Focus moves from raising EU VAT rates to tackling €50billion in fraud https://t.co/DbOeTT90O0

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#TaylorReview :Nature of the tax system acts as an incentive for bogus claiming of self-employed status, by both businesses or individuals

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