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The fresh scandal is likely to infuriate Italians, who are having to pay higher taxes under austerity measures introduced by the technocrat government of Mario Monti, the Italian prime minister.

The Australian Taxation Office blocked payments worth $40 million last year that would have gone to criminals who steal other people’s identity to claim sham tax refunds.

A bill to close loopholes that allow around $1.5 billion to be laundered through New Zealand every year may not go far enough, Business, Innovation and Employment Ministry officials have warned.

Tax officers have resorted to going undercover in board shorts, T-shirts and sunglasses to root out tax evasion among “stabilimenti” – the operators who hire out umbrellas, changing cabins and sun loungers to beachgoers.

NEW DELHI: The finance ministry has said income-tax authorities will take appropriate action in the Vodafone tax dispute that could involve a potential Rs 20,000 crore claim on the company.

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