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13/12/2001 IRS Shows Off New Internet Tax Payment System
13/12/2001 Mandelson Calls For EU-Wide Green Tax
13/12/2001 Australia's Victoria State Revenue Office Cracks Down On Tax Evaders
13/12/2001 Irish Tax Inquiry Clears Bank Auditors
13/12/2001 Paul Martin Criticized Over Federal Budget
13/12/2001 Berlusconi Accepts EU Arrest Warrant Despite Tax Evasion Fears
13/12/2001 US To Help Pakistan Tackle Money Laundering
13/12/2001 Bush Offers Compromise On Economic Stimulus Package
13/12/2001 HKMA To Encourage More Foreign Banks To Locate In SAR
12/12/2001 Cyprus: Finance Committee To Meet For Tax Reform Talks
12/12/2001 US United Front Cracks Over Tax Cut
12/12/2001 Hong Kong Legco Chief Calls For Tax 'Flexibility'
12/12/2001 Swiss Money Laundering Laws May Be Extended To Art Dealers
12/12/2001 Canada Federal Budget Gives Modest Tax Breaks For Business
12/12/2001 Hong Kong Accounting Group Releases Tax Wish List
12/12/2001 Multinationals To Suffer As A Result Of Korean Tax Rulings
12/12/2001 Thousands Likely To Have Over-Paid Tax On State Pensions In The UK
12/12/2001 Leading Spanish Businessman Slams High Corporate Taxes
12/12/2001 Swiss Industry To Lower Greenhouse Gases Or Pay Out More Tax
12/12/2001 Irish 'Mattress Money' Continues To Appear In Run Up To Euro Introduction
12/12/2001 Thailand To Offer Sweeping Incentives To Attract HQs
11/12/2001 Belizean PM Presents Revised Budget
11/12/2001 UK Broadband Tax Breaks Aid Teleworkers
11/12/2001 Tonnage Tax Ruling A 'Catalyst For Renewal' Says Irish Minister
11/12/2001 US Treasury Secretary Criticizes Senate For Stimulus Package Stand Still
11/12/2001 PCG Confident Of IR35 Appeal Decision
11/12/2001 Argentina Bows To IMF Pressure Over Tax Breaks
11/12/2001 Gordon Brown Challenged Over CGT Loophole
11/12/2001 Mauritius Acts Against Tax Evaders
11/12/2001 China To Go Ahead With Rural Tax Reforms
11/12/2001 Indian State To Force Larger Businesses To File Electronically
11/12/2001 Irish Tech Companies Want Share Option Tax Changes
10/12/2001 US Tax Pact Does Not Herald 'Open Season' In The Caymans, Say Officials
10/12/2001 Families Of September 11th Victims Seek Tax Relief Soon
10/12/2001 Chinese Police Uncover Possibly Biggest Tax Fraud Case Yet
10/12/2001 Bahamian Official Vows To Rebut International Tax Pressure
10/12/2001 NAf 2 Million Turnover Tax Payment Not Enough For Struggling Netherlands Antilles Island
10/12/2001 Antigua & Barbuda And US Sign Tax Information Exchange Pact
10/12/2001 Russia Predicts Revenue Collection Fall
10/12/2001 Inland Revenue Flexes Muscles Over IR35
10/12/2001 Seychelles National Assembly Votes For New Goods And Services Tax
10/12/2001 AmCham Warns Hong Kong Government Not To Raise Taxes
10/12/2001 Winds Of Change Blow Through Polish Finance Ministry
10/12/2001 Pictet Takes Over As Cheerleader For Geneva Financial Services
10/12/2001 Questions Over China/Hong Kong Free Trade Area
07/12/2001 Commonwealth Tax Commissioner Gives Evidence In Petroulias Trial
07/12/2001 Barbados, Malta Sign Double Tax Treaty
07/12/2001 Kaspar Villiger Elected As Swiss President
07/12/2001 Holy Get Tax Breaks In The UK
07/12/2001 Major Australian Betting Agency Opposes Turnover Tax Cut
07/12/2001 Nauru Faces Sanctions Over Money Laundering Failure
07/12/2001 Japanese Federation Slates Plan To Levy Extra Tax On Business
07/12/2001 Paddy Power Says Thanks, But No Thanks To McCreevy
07/12/2001 Hollywood Film Groups Plead For Tax Breaks
07/12/2001 UK Inland Revenue Announces Foreign Company Double Taxation Relief
07/12/2001 Hong Kong Plans To Extend Bond Market
07/12/2001 Italian Flight Capital Flying Home
06/12/2001 UK Government Praises Caribbean Jurisdictions For Anti-Money Laundering Progress
06/12/2001 Ireland's Banks To Shop Non-Resident Account Holders
06/12/2001 India Must Rethink E-Commerce Taxation Plans Say Experts
06/12/2001 New Bill Offers Some Relief For Delinquent Taxpayers In New Zealand
06/12/2001 Jersey States Warned Taxes Will Rise If Public Spending Exceeds Budget
06/12/2001 China To Slash Vehicle Import Taxes As Condition Of WTO Entry
06/12/2001 Shiokawa Says Japanese Public Should Settle Beer Tax Wrangle
06/12/2001 EU Talks On Savings Tax Directive Collapse
06/12/2001 Irish Revenue On Line Service Ranks Among Top In Europe
06/12/2001 Gibraltar Fears 'Done Deal' Between The UK And Spain
06/12/2001 Opposition Calls Irish Budget 'Voodoo Economics'
05/12/2001 Indonesia To Make Decisive Move Over Money Laundering
05/12/2001 Israel's Revenue Collections Continue To Slump
05/12/2001 PCG Resumes Appeal Against IR35
05/12/2001 Italian Government Requests Special Tax Reform Powers
05/12/2001 UK Government Rejects Broadband Tax Plans
05/12/2001 US Senator Calls For Tax Fairness On Mutual Fund Distributions
05/12/2001 Liechtenstein And Austrian Ministers Meet To Discuss Money Laundering
05/12/2001 EU Commissioner Calls For Overhaul Of Taxes And Benefit Systems
05/12/2001 Australian Internet Consumers Reminded Of Taxes On Imported Goods
05/12/2001 High(ish) Hopes For Betting Tax Changes In Irish Budget
05/12/2001 Harmonised EU Sales Tax Expected By 2004
05/12/2001 White House Seeks To Raise Nation's Debt Ceiling
05/12/2001 Last-Minute Advice Pours In For Irish Budget
05/12/2001 UK Government Spells Out R & D Tax Credit Options
04/12/2001 NZ Consumers Institute Calls For Tax Breaks On Insurance Premiums
04/12/2001 Japanese Finance Minister Forced Into Climbdown Over Consolidated Tax
04/12/2001 UK Employee-Owned Firms Call For End To Tax Discrimination
04/12/2001 Swiss Vote Rejects Capital Gains Tax Proposal
04/12/2001 HSBC Securities Calls For Offshore Profits Tax On Hong Kong Companies
04/12/2001 Gordon Brown Executes U-Turn Over Ring-Fenced Health Tax
04/12/2001 Transfer Pricing Remains Tax Bugbear For Multinationals
04/12/2001 Australian Government Hints At Further Tax Changes
04/12/2001 South African Firms Forced To Justify Tax Estimates
04/12/2001 Malta Opposition Slates Budget Measures
04/12/2001 Jersey Signs Information Exchange Deal With France
04/12/2001 Argentina Takes Drastic Foreign Exchange Action To Prevent Capital Flight
04/12/2001 Washington Group Lambasts OECD, EU
04/12/2001 New Internet Tax Moratorium Allows Some Internet Taxation
04/12/2001 Irish Business Awaiting Budget In Trepidation
03/12/2001 Government Survey Reveals Many Cypriots Unaware Of Tax Reform Plans
03/12/2001 Malta Labour Party Leader Pledges VAT Decision
03/12/2001 Hong Kong Jockey Club Urges Tighter Laws On Offshore Betting

 

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