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# luxleaks

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# Tax avoidance
"A dark day for truth-telling": Whistleblowers who alerted the world to Luxleaks tax scandal convicted
Both avoided jail, however.
# Under Threat
The EU is considering a minimum corporate tax rate, and that's bad news for Ireland
Pressure from Germany and France could see the European Commission reveal an initial plan on the matter next month.
# a jungle out there
EU suspects Amazon's Luxembourg tax deal was illegal. Next up Apple and Ireland...
The preliminary ruling is putting more pressure on European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker.
# tax deals
LuxLeaks whistleblower: 'I'm not the only one'
Antoine Deltour was charged on Friday with theft, money-laundering and exposing trade secrets.
# the taxman cometh
Revenue is looking for Luxleaks links to Irish tax dodging
Several companies with domestic operations are tied up in the scandal.
# taking the mickey
Walt Disney paid less than 1% tax on its billion-dollar profits: Luxleaks
Pressure is mounting on European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
# kicking back
Ireland is getting 'kicked around' by big European countries on tax: Hayes
The luxleaks scandal has given Germany and France “cover” to push their agendas, the MEP says.
# luxleaks
He's only in the job 27 days but the EC boss has already survived a motion of no confidence
So much for getting it easy because you’re the new guy.
# horse bolted etc
Juncker now wants to end tax loopholes his country rubber-stamped for years
The European Commission president was happy to talk up his work luring multinationals when he was Luxembourg’s premier.
# inbox me
The Briefcase: Web Summit, Luxleaks and the most infamous letter in Ireland
This was the week in business.
# luxleaks
Double Irish? Peh, global brands used Luxembourg to avoid billions in tax
Pepsi, IKEA and Irish multinational Glanbia all took advantage of secret deals.