Diarmid O'Sullivan

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Walking through the huge Brussels conference centre where the European Development Days are taking place, which is crowded with events and stalls on many aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals...
For the second time in a year, once at the OECD and now in the European Union, the United Kingdom appears to be trying to block rich countries from strengthening rules that deter multinational...
It’s a frustratingly familiar story. NGOs campaign for years to reform some aspect of international business which is causing problems for poor countries in particular. Eventually, grudgingly,...
The European Commission’s new proposals for legislation against corporate tax avoidance, released today, are meant to curb the egregious tax dodging by big companies that has caused scandal across...
A year after the LuxLeaks scandal, the European Union is figuring out how to respond to systemic problems in corporate taxation which have allowed multinationals to avoid billions of euros in taxes....
Tax justice would ensure free, quality education