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India has sought details about staff in American schools in the country for possible tax violations and revoked ID cards of U.S. consular officials and their families, retaliatory steps for the arrest of an Indian diplomat in New York.

NEW DELHI: Tax authorities in India and the US have over the past few months finalised a framework for negotiated settlements that will enable the resolution of more than 100 tax disputes involving subsidiaries of American multinationals such as IBM, Oracle.

Two German carmakers are alleged to have evaded tax in Greece, a Greek law enforcement official said Friday.

The European Union on Thursday brought a complaint against Brazil at the World Trade Organization, arguing that the country’s tax policies discriminate against foreign manufacturers in violation of international trade rules.

Raoul Weil, an ex-UBS banker charged by U.S. authorities for allegedly helping Americans dodge taxes via secret Swiss bank accounts, was being extradited on Friday to the United States from Italy to face a trial likely to reignite debate on tax fraud.

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