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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 video from @TransparencyInternational made us chuckle at ITR... Dodgy: Gâteaux aux mille secrets https://t.co/46bP46qTcf via @YouTube

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RT @EU2017MT: #BREAKING:Council agrees on a system 4 resolving double taxation disputes within #EU @edward_scicluna @pierremoscovici

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US companies are again preparing for a big financial hit after the unwelcome Supreme Court ruling https://t.co/sxot6dFX79 via @bpolitics

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It doesn't seem to be getting any easier for BT as the MNE faces a potential £232m tax bill in Brazil via @FT https://t.co/W2Bk4cuQrZ

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