The least developed countries remain de facto excluded from tax information exchange

Musselli, Irene; Allheilig, Gaby (2019). The least developed countries remain de facto excluded from tax information exchange. In: CDE Spotlight.

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Switzerland is one of the world’s leading hubs for commodity trading – a business that is anything but transparent. A research project is currently investigating ways of curbing illicit financial flows from resource-rich developing countries. Such flows not only violate national or international laws but often also inhibit sustainable development. Transparency and exchange of information in tax matters are possible levers to improve the situation. But where does Switzerland stand today, and what measures are needed in the future? CDE scientist Irene Musselli outlines the latest findings from the project's legal research.

Item Type:

Other

Division/Institute:

10 Strategic Research Centers > Centre for Development and Environment (CDE)

UniBE Contributor:

Musselli, Irene and Allheilig, Gaby

Projects:

[805] Sustainability Governance

Language:

English

Submitter:

Stephan Schmidt

Date Deposited:

28 Apr 2020 07:43

Last Modified:

04 Sep 2020 13:25

Additional Information:

Interview zum CDE Workingpaper:
10.7892/boris.125884
Interview by Gaby Allheilig with Irene Musselli on "Curbing Illicit Financial Flows in Commodity Trading: Tax Transparency"

BORIS DOI:

10.7892/boris.140362

URI:

https://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/140362

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