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BUDAPEST—Hungary could be forced to repay retailers millions of dollars after the European Union’s highest court on Wednesday said the country’s special retail tax puts companies from other EU member states at a competitive disadvantage.

It is starting to look like to be someone in Germany you have to pay back taxes on money that has been stashed away in a tax haven. The spate of apologies is being prompted by a race-against-time clause, a law professor told The Local.

BERLIN (Reuters) – German prosecutors conducted raids on Bavarian tax authorities on Thursday as part of a probe into the leaking of confidential records of Uli Hoeness, the Bayern Munich football club president who stunned Germany last year by admitting to tax dodging.

Lagos State government, yesterday, said it has commenced prosecution of about 60 tax defaulters in the state which include unnamed eminent citizens.

One of Britain’s most wanted tax fugitives has been arrested in Cyprus.

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