Friday December 6, 2019

Ireland places 11th on new list ranking 'greatest enablers' of tax avoidance

The study from the Tax Justice Network ranks the world's most important tax havens for multinational corporations

30th May, 2019

The list, published on Tuesday by the Tax Justice Network, ranked the respective territories 'according to how aggressively and how extensively each jurisdiction contributes to helping the world’s multinational enterprises escape paying tax, and erodes the tax revenues of other countries around the world'.

The top havens are as follows

- British Virgin Islands

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