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The tax information exchange agreement between India and Seychelles has entered into force, the Indian tax agency has said. Read Full Story
There was a substantial increase in disclosures by South Korean taxpayers about their overseas financial assets during the first six months of the year, South Korea's tax agency has said. Read Full Story
Bahrain, Lebanon, Nauru, Panama, and Vanuatu - five territories that were earlier criticized for not following tax transparency standards – have newly committed to sharing financial account information automatically with other countries. Read Full Story
New Zealand's Minister of Finance, Simon English, and the Minister of Revenue, Michael Woodhouse, has established a government inquiry into Foreign Trust Disclosure Rules. Read Full Story
Indonesia's Minister of Finance, Bambang Brodjonegoro, is urging the passage of the draft Tax Amnesty Tax Bill to boost compliance rates. Read Full Story
Nordea, the largest financial services group in Northern Europe, has hit back at media claims that its private banking arm is a "provider of tax haven structures for its customers." Read Full Story
In an investigation being led by magistrates in Turin, the Guardia di Finanza (the Italian financial police) have begun an investigation of Italians that may be linked to the offshore bank accounts referred to in the so-called "Panama papers." Read Full Story
Noting reports that certain South Africans that may be linked to offshore bank accounts in the so-called "Panama papers," the country's Ministry of Finance has confirmed that the relevant agencies always investigate such reports to ensure that those that have these types of links have complied with the law. Read Full Story
The OECD has said Panama must ensure that it fully implements international tax transparency standards, describing the territory as the "last major holdout" that allows funds to be hidden offshore. Read Full Story
Liechtenstein's Prime Minister, Adrian Hasler, has welcomed recognition from the international community for its efforts to improve tax transparency. Read Full Story
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