News headlines for “Tax Avoidance and Tax Havens; Undermining Democracy”, page 2

  1. SPAIN-EQUATORIAL GUINEA: More Trade, Little Pressure

    Thursday, July 09, 2009

    Trade between Spain and Equatorial Guinea is flourishing, amidst calls by activists for the government of Spanish Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero to push for democracy in this tiny country on the Atlantic coast of Africa, still under the yoke of dictatorship.

  2. ECONOMY-INDIA: Tax Haven Loot Turns Election Issue

    Saturday, April 25, 2009

    General elections currently being contested in India have brought an unusual issue to the fore - the repatriation of more than a trillion dollars believed to have been stashed away in Swiss and other tax havens around the world.

  3. CHINA: Macau Gaming Boom at a Cost

    Friday, April 17, 2009

    Beijing’s decade-old flirt with lucrative gambling in the booming casino town of Macau has gone decidedly sour.

  4. FINANCE: Tax Havens in Spotlight at G20 Meet

    Sunday, March 29, 2009

    This could be the moment when a fatal blow is delivered to the world's tax havens. Or it could be another largely cosmetic change that allows offshore financial centres such as Switzerland, the Cayman Islands and Liechtenstein to deflect attacks on the system by sacrificing the few tax miscreants that governments catch in their nets.

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