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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank spring meetings have faded in significance since the G20 became the main forum for discussion between major economic powers. As happened last year, ...
Monday April 25 2016 Tomorrow the trial against whistleblower Antoine Deltour and French journalist Edouard Perrin will begin in Luxembourg. Both men are on trial because of their involvement in the world ...
Once again, the global headlines are dominated by tax scandals. Thanks to the Panama Papers, tax dodging has never been higher on the public agenda, and the question of why the problem of tax dodging remains ...
Read the open letter below or download a PDF version here. Jean-Claude Juncker President of the European Commission 200, Rue de la Loi 1049 Brussels Brussels, 5 April, 2016 Commission proposal ...
The CSO Financing for Development group has published an open letter to challenge the current attempts by UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) to define international standards on public-private ...
What makes public country by country reporting truly effective? Use this checklist to ensure that a proposal on public country by country reporting (CbCR) will be effective and allow the public to know ...
China has taken the helm of the G20, hosting the first meeting of G20 Finance Ministers last week, while global storm clouds are brewing. The Ministers’ short communiqué underwhelmed many observers, ...