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Amid its efforts to seek information on black money, the government has identified nine territories, including tax havens like Cayman Islands and Bermuda, with which it may negotiate treaties to seek information on tax avoidance.

The provision of public services and infrastructure is a key factor for economic development and growth. Many developing countries fail to raise the tax revenue required to finance their public sectors. In 2005, the average tax revenue to GDP ratio in the developed world was approximately 35%. In the developing countries, it was equal to […]

It will help you to understand what we are likely to see as tax avoidance by identifying the types of arrangements or scheme which we are likely to challenge. We will do this both by providing you with some help to understand how we distinguish between artificial avoidance schemes and ordinary sensible tax planning and […]

Tax avoidance is the gray area between tax compliance and tax evasion.

Governments around the world have in recent years stepped up efforts to end bank secrecy, spurred on by the global economic crisis and a slew of dramatic corporate scandals that have raised fresh concerns about tax avoidance and fiscal transparency.

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