(24 March 2015, Addis Ababa) Africa’s finance ministers meet in Ethiopia 25-31 March to agree on the implementation of the recommendations from the African Union High Level Panel report on illicit financial flows. The report which was adopted by Heads of State in January showed the staggering loss of more than US$50billion from African economies every year through illegal flight of capital, most of which involves multinational companies evading or avoiding tax.
International development agency, ActionAid calls on African Union finance ministers meeting this week in Nigeria to crack down on corporate tax dodging by taking action on harmful tax treaties and tax incentives.
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Barclays bank is promoting the use of offshore tax havens to big companies operating in Africa, despite saying that it wants to become a “force for good”, international agency ActionAid revealed today.