News from The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
Luxembourg gives up its tax rulings fight with the EU, and says the world is now paying attention to the issue.
Luxembourg's decision to indict a young whistleblower is a threat to transparency and accountability in the jurisdiction and elsewhere
A former employee of the audit firm has been charged for leaking confidential Luxembourg tax rulings.
Juncker promises to push for tax reform after new leak, but says LuxLeaks affair has "weakened" him.
UK, Australia, and Europe announce further plans for response and tax reform, as PricewaterhouseCoopers' UK tax head is accused of lying.
We condemn the arrest of investigative journalist and ICIJ member Khadija Ismayilova, who was taken into custody in Azerbaijan.
The European Commission has pledged to act on demands for tax reform with new rules to be unveiled within months.
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Audit firm opens new offices, Juncker stares down a censure motion, and authorities announce investigations using Lux Leaks documents.
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