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The Swiss bank is preparing to face court and the possibility of a multibillion-euro fine over allegations it knowingly helped French clients evade tax.
A judge has ruled that a report on HSBC's attempts to fix compliance issues should be public, despite resistance from both the bank and the government.
Investigators will identify and track secret buyers of high-end properties to crack down on a popular method of money laundering.
Belgium has been ordered to recover $765 million in unpaid taxes from 35 multinational companies in the latest ruling against corporate tax breaks.
The trial of a renowned art-dealer accused of tax fraud worth $600 million will reveal much about the secretive world of art trading and collecting.
From tax cheats to heated policy debates, 2015 has been a year of tax scandals, reforms and international agreements.
After years of delay, the bank is addressing sweeping failures in its oversight of projects that force people from their land or harm their livelihoods.
Azerbaijan is among a group of 50 countries with poor human rights records spending millions to push an agenda.
A recent global journalism conference highlighted an important new trend: expanding perspectives through transnational collaboration.
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