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27 Apr 2021
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz and his French counterpart Bruno Le Maire have been discussing Europe's future. A minimum corporate tax rate may well play a role in that.
13 Apr 2021
This is a discussion on the funds Nigeria has lost to tax evasion and money laundering.
3 Mar 2021
Spain's former king Juan Carlos, who moved to the UAE last year under a cloud of scandal, has settled a debt of nearly 4.4 million euros ($5.3 million) with the Spanish tax authorities to try to avoid an embarrassing lawsuit. The Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez criticised the former king's actions, saying that "an institution is not being judged," but "what is being questioned is the behaviour of a person."
24 Feb 2021
Tricycle operators desert Kano roads, protest against govt daily tax payment
2 Jan 2021
Four independent journalists who have been critical of President Alexander Lukashenko face seven years in prison on charges of "large-scale tax evasion." Journalists have been detained 477 times this year in Belarus.
10 Dec 2020
Hunter Biden said he is under investigation for potential tax violations. The president-elect's son has been a frequent target of Donald Trump and Republicans during the presidential election campaign.
11 Oct 2020
German prosecutors have searched offices of the German Football Association (DFB) in five states. A tax fraud investigation is looking into the conduct of six former and current DFB bosses, according to media reports.
4 Oct 2020
We take a look at some of the many hashtags surrounding US President Donald Trump’s tax returns. Following the New York Times's bombshell findings, Twitter is alight with anger, disgust and humour.
3 Oct 2020
In a normal election year, revelations that a US president was dodging federal taxes would seriously harm his or her chances at the ballot box. But some experts think Donald Trump might even benefit from his tax tricks.
30 Sep 2020
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28 Sep 2020
US President Donald Trump dismisses a New York Times report that he paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016, the year he won the election. The paper published multiple allegations over his tax payments, citing tax return data extending more than 20 years.
5 Aug 2020
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