Tax cheats on OECD radar

| 14/08/2009

(WSJ): The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is proposing to greatly strengthen an informal tax-information body as a way to crack down on tax cheating internationally.  At the 1 September session in Mexico, it will press to turn the Global Forum on tax-information sharing, a loose grouping of 84 nations, into a formal international institution with a permanent staff of examiners. The forum would review whether members are aiding one another in cases involving tax evasion internationally and living up to taxagreements.


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