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Transparency Has Come Full Circle

Transparency Has Come Full Circle

Countries focus on increasing their revenue by catching tax evaders

In my January 2015 column, I said that 2014 was the year of the “tipping point” for transparency, which I expected to continue into 2015. I was right. In 2015, we saw transparency spread everywhere. Clients who want to hide money have a dwindling number of jurisdictions that are willing to help out.


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