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World’s wealthiest, including Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, paid little to no income tax

Metro UK 09 Jun 2021
Biden has previously ordered stricter tax evasion policies, after estimates emerged that the US loses around $120 billion a year from offshore tax dodgers. A landmark global tax agreement was recently secured after some of the world’s wealthiest countries, the G7 group of ...
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G7 close to deal on levies for global tech companies, Rishi Sunak says

The Times/The Sunday Times 04 Jun 2021
The Biden administration is pushing for its implementation to discourage American companies from offshoring their operations to reduce their tax bill.
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French minister tells Ireland to ‘do some thinking’ on tax rates 

Irish Independent 21 May 2021
Ireland should “do some thinking” about its corporate tax stance in advance of a global deal, a French minister has said ... “These big companies make big profits around the world, and they are physically offshore, and they don’t pay any contributions ... France supports US proposals to tax companies at a minimum rate of 21pc on their global profits.
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"Panama Papers" show how rich and powerful hide their money

CBS News 15 Apr 2021
... who've allegedly hidden wealth and evaded taxes in offshore accounts.
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FACT SHEET: The American Jobs Plan Supports Small Businesses

The White House 13 Apr 2021
President Biden’s plan will reward investment at home and fundamentally shift how countries around the world tax corporations so that big corporations can’t escape or eliminate the taxes they owe by offshoring jobs and profits from the United States and pay a lower tax rate than small businesses.
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To halt '30-year race to the bottom,' Yellen calls for global minimum tax on corporations

Raw Story 06 Apr 2021
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Monday urged her counterparts around the world to join her in embracing a global minimum tax aimed at preventing companies from shifting profits offshore to slash their bills. The proliferation of so-called "tax havens" around the world in recent ...
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Today in History for April 3, 2021

The Berkshire Eagle 03 Apr 2021
During World War II, Japanese ... An international coalition of media outlets published the “Panama Papers,” thousands of pages of leaked documents relating to offshore accounts that revealed attempts by world leaders, celebrities and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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Today in History — April 3

The Roanoke Times 03 Apr 2021
In 1942, during World War II, ... An international coalition of media outlets published the “Panama Papers,” thousands of pages of leaked documents relating to offshore accounts that revealed attempts by world leaders, celebrities and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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This day in history, April 3, 2021

The News-Gazette 03 Apr 2021
In 1942, during World War II, ... An international coalition of media outlets published the “Panama Papers,” thousands of pages of leaked documents relating to offshore accounts that revealed attempts by world leaders, celebrities and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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Today in History, April 3, 2021

The Morning Journal 03 Apr 2021
During World War II, Japanese ... An international coalition of media outlets published the “Panama Papers,” thousands of pages of leaked documents relating to offshore accounts that revealed attempts by world leaders, celebrities and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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Today in History

Messenger-Inquirer 03 Apr 2021
In 1942, during World War II, ... An international coalition of media outlets published the “Panama Papers,” thousands of pages of leaked documents relating to offshore accounts that revealed attempts by world leaders, celebrities and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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Today in History: Today is Saturday April 3

Kingsport Times-News 03 Apr 2021
IN 1942, during World War II, ... An international coalition of media outlets published the “Panama Papers,” thousands of pages of leaked documents relating to offshore accounts that revealed attempts by world leaders, celebrities and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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A look back at history

The Oneida Daily Dispatch 03 Apr 2021
In 1945, American forces launched the amphibious invasion of Okinawa during World War II ... An international coalition of media outlets published the “Panama Papers,” thousands of pages of leaked documents relating to offshore accounts that revealed attempts by world leaders, celebrities and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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FACT SHEET: The American Jobs Plan

The White House 31 Mar 2021
This is a generational opportunity to fundamentally shift how countries around the world tax corporations so that big corporations can’t escape or eliminate the taxes they owe by offshoring jobs and profits from the United States ... in tax havens, encouraging offshoring of jobs.
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2016: "Panama Papers"

Napa Valley Register 26 Mar 2021
... and businesses to dodge taxes in their home countries.
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