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Collier blasts "disgusting" tax planning at Lord Mayor's conference

An assertion from an academic who has advised David Cameron, the UK Prime Minister, that tax avoidance is "disgusting" and should be discouraged, a plea from a finance director for more cooperative compliance and a warning that the failure of the BEPS project could lead to a series of unilateral actions on cross-border tax rules, made for a lively debate at the tax competition and cooperation conference convened by the Lord Mayor of London on Wednesday.

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