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Germany pays $A7.5m to buy Panama Papers

Added: 05.07.2017 13:59 | 21 views | 0 comments

Germany has stepped up its campaign against organised crime by spending five million euros ($A7.5 million) to buy the so-called Panama Papers, which contain a list of those exploiting secret offshore tax havens.

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[Ticker] EU commission presents plan to enhance tax transparency

Added: 21.06.2017 14:03 | 8 views | 0 comments

The European Commission on Wednesday proposed after mounting pressure from media leaks, such as the Panama Papers. Intermediaries - tax advisers, accountants, banks and lawyers - design and promote tax planning schemes for their clients. If approved, as of January 2019 EU countries will automatically exchange information on tax planning schemes through a centralised database to block harmful arrangements.

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Pakistan's Sharif Appears Before Panel Investigating Graft Allegations

Added: 15.06.2017 15:56 | 12 views | 0 comments

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif defended himself and his family before a court-appointed panel investigating allegations of corruption sparked by the “Panama Papers” leak last year.

MEPs say Panama Papers probe more difficult than Dieselgate

Added: 08.06.2017 14:50 | 22 views | 0 comments

The European Parliament inquiry committee on tax evasion and money laundering had its one-year anniversary.

[Ticker] Panama Papers: Four EU officials put under scrutiny

Added: 06.06.2017 0:13 | 5 views | 0 comments

EU anti-fraud office (Olaf) said Wednesday that it cross-checked 40,000 names mentioned in last year's Panama Papers against people who have worked for the EU institutions. It found seventeen matches, but only saw grounds to investigate four. These cases are still ongoing. Olaf's director-general, Giovanni Kessler, said it was good news that there were "so few cases". It was already reported that .

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[Ticker] Panama Papers: Four EU officials put under scrutiny

Added: 31.05.2017 13:55 | 4 views | 0 comments

EU anti-fraud office (Olaf) said Wednesday that it cross-checked 40,000 names mentioned in last year's Panama Papers against people who have worked for the EU institutions. It found seventeen matches, but only saw grounds to investigate four. These cases are still ongoing. Olaf's director-general, Giovanni Kessler, said it was good news that there were "so few cases". It was already reported that .

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