November 19, 2017

An independent lawmaker in parliament yesterday demanded that the government probes the Bangladeshi businessmen whose names came up in the Paradise Papers. Taking the floor on a point of order and referring to media reports, Rustam Ali Farazi MP said some 21 businessmen and organisations unlawfully invested in offshore companies. He asked the government to […]

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NEW DELHI: Stepping up probe into the Panama Papers+ , the income tax department has slapped criminal charges under the new anti-black money Act and launched fresh assessment of stashed offshore income against over half-a-dozen Indian entities in the list, official sources said. They said the department has detected undisclosed assets and stashed funds located […]

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An independent lawmaker in parliament yesterday demanded that the government probes the Bangladeshi businessmen whose names came up in the Paradise Papers. Taking the floor on a point of order and referring to media reports, Rustam Ali Farazi MP said some 21 businessmen and organisations unlawfully invested in offshore companies. He asked the government to […]

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Register for our free newsletter BUSINESSES in Scotland have been used to launder up to £27 billion in dirty money belonging to organised crime gangs in the former Soviet Union. We can reveal 4500 financial transactions have been questioned as Scots-registered firms are linked to massive fraud and tax evasion in Russia and Azerbaijan, according […]

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NEW DELHI: Stepping up probe into the Panama Papers+ , the income tax department has slapped criminal charges under the new anti-black money Act and launched fresh assessment of stashed offshore income against over half-a-dozen Indian entities in the list, official sources said. They said the department has detected undisclosed assets and stashed funds located […]

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iStock The Paradise Papers reveal new accounts of offshore tax havens for the very wealthy that highlight the problem of wealth inequality. Offshore wealth is especially concentrated, Berkeley’s Gabriel Zucman tells Business Insider — 80% of it is owned by the top 0.1%. Offshore assets are hidden, so they make inequality look less severe than […]

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