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Africa: New gold refineries raise concerns of 'race to the bottom' on conflict minerals, safety and environmental practices
Author: David Lewis and Peter Hobson, Reuters
"Race to refine: the bid to clean up Africa's gold rush", 15 January 2020....
On 17 December 2019, Shell published a new tax report, which breaks down the company's tax payments on a country-by-country basis. Shell is now the first multinational corporation to disclose its global tax payments in such detail. Oxfam commended this...
Malawi: Civil society and affected communities push for revised mining law to fight corruption, tax avoidance and environmental degradation
Author: Penelope Paliani-Kamanga, The Southern Times
"Malawi losing millions of dollars from illegal mining," 8 November 2019....
Author: Rupert Neate, The Guardian
"New study deems Amazon worst for 'aggressive' tax avoidance", 2 December 2019...
Diverse set of countries pushing for international framework on tax to curb unfair effects of digitisation on fragile economies
Author: Marcello Estevão, The World Bank (writing for World Economic Forum)
"Pushing for tax fairness in a digital world", 20 November 2019...
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- Related stories: Peru: Civil society analysis of tax authorities' investigations into five large mining projects highlights tax avoidance practices
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Peru: Civil society analysis of tax authorities' investigations into five large mining projects highlights tax avoidance practices
In December 2018, Convoca Perú published its findings from a review of a hundred resolutions of the Fiscal Court. These resolutions revealed the use of complex financial mechanisms by five major mining companies to reduce their taxes. This story...