Nick Shaxson ■ France’s CAC 40: over 1500 tax haven affiliates
From Le Monde:
“The corporations in the CAC 40 [France’s benchmark stock exchange index of the 40 biggest French stocks] have over 1,500 affiliates in tax havens, according to a study published on Thursday by the journal Project . . . cross-checked with authoritative studies data (the work of the Tax Justice Network Association in particular) and the most recent list of tax havens of the [OECD] Global Forum on Transparency.”
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Its authors estimate that, according to their research, ‘their presence in tax havens has not diminished since 2009.”
Hat tip: Mathilde Dupré.
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