How Corporations Use Tax Havens to Maximize Profits

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How Corporations Use Tax Havens to Maximize Profits

What does it mean for a company to pay its fair share?

Corporate income shifting may please shareholders – but is it fair to all stakeholders?

Recent research suggests the extent of income shifting has been greatly underestimated, raising the stakes for policymakers trying to come to terms with what is just.

The Price of Tax Schemes

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