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Primeline Turns Against CNOOC

 Primeline Energy Holdings Inc. announces that it has sent a letter to China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) and CNOOC China Limited (CCL) (together

Apple Opens its Development Centre in Hyderabad; Focus on Maps and Navigations Services

Ever since Apple promised to set up a technology development centre outside US, many countries, including India amongst larger European nations, were identified for an offshore centre. Finally, India got the green light and Hyderabad was chosen as the city to host the office facility. Show More Summary

Ukrainians Suspect Poroshenko of Illegally Hoarding $4.5Mln Offshore

Investigation report reveals, Petro Poroshenko is accused shifting about 4 million euros from Ukraine to an offshore jurisdiction in breach of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) rules.

Chinese pouring billions into US real estate: study

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Chinese nationals became the largest foreign buyers of US homes last year as they pour billions into American real estate, seeking safe offshore assets, according to a new study. A huge surge in Chinese buying of both residential and commercial real estate last year took their five-year investment...

Canada's RBC releasing files linked to 'Panama Papers' firm: reports

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's biggest bank is handing over to the government names of clients with “relationships or connections” to a Panamanian law firm at the center of a massive leak of offshore financial data, national media reported on Thursday. Show More Summary

Highest Carbon Tax in Norway Prods Statoil to Try ‘Batwind’

By Jessica Shankleman (Bloomberg) — The highest carbon tax in an oil producing nation has persuaded Norway’s state-owned driller to experiment with batteries and wind turbines as an alternative for supplying electricity to offshore rigs. Show More Summary

Over 150,000 Britons Call for Cameron’s Resignation in Anti-Austerity Rally

At least 150,000 UK nationals are estimated to have gathered in London on Saturday to protest the government’s austerity measures and to demand Prime Minister David Cameron’s resignation for his connection to the recent offshore scandal, local media reported.

Landowners Welcome SNP Plans for More Transparency Amid Offshore Leak

The chairman of the Scottish Land and Estates (SLE), the organization that represents private landowners, told Sputnik on Friday that it welcomed the intention of the ruling Scottish National Party (SNP) to introduce more transparency in the land ownership following the so-called Panama Papers leak.

Why are some nations’ citizens more likely to cheat on their taxes? What we found surprised us.

Just how many politicians, athletes and bankers parked their money in tax-free accounts in Panama? Whether the amounts are big or small, nobody likes to pay taxes. While comparatively few of us set up an offshore shell company, some might be tempted to ask for unrecorded cash for services or to hide a bit of income to avoid a tax […]

Bulgaria Ready to Investigate #PanamaPapers Offshore Links

Bulgarian Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov made clear that his office and the National Revenue Agency (NRA) stand ready to look into allegations of Bulgarian nationals running or being linked to tax havens, a Bulgarian radio station reported.

EU Ministers to Discuss Panama Papers LuxLeak on April 22

Economic and financial ministers of the 28 EU nations will gather for an informal meeting on April 22 to discuss the so-called Panama Papers leak that allegedly exposed offshore financial schemes, the defense minister of the Netherlands, which is currently presiding over the European Council, said Tuesday.

Trudeau calls for global co-operation to combat offshore tax evasion

'It's certainly something that we will be working on together as a community of nations' The post Trudeau calls for global co-operation to combat offshore tax evasion appeared first on

Icelandic PM to resign amid offshore holdings controversy

2 months agoNews : The Newsroom

Iceland’s embattled prime minister has resigned amid a controversy over his offshore holdings, a Cabinet minister said Tuesday as outrage over the accounts roiled the North Atlantic island nation. Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson...Show More Summary

Nations around the world scramble to contain Panama Papers fallout

Governments around the world scrambled Tuesday to contain the fallout from the publication of thousands of names of rich and powerful people who conducted offshore financial activity through a Panamanian law firm. China dismissed as "groundless" reports that relatives of current and retired politicians,...

Germany to Open Business Transparency Register After #PanamaPapers Leaks

The German government wants to set up a national transparency register requiring offshore companies to disclose their beneficial owners, German Justice Minister Heiko Maas said Tuesday after allegations of global offshore dealings implicating German banks and citizens among others.

Marine Le Pen’s Close Circle Could Be Involved in Offshore Schemes

Business people and experts from the French National Front party leader Marine Le Pen’s close circle may have been involved in illegal offshore schemes, local media reported Tuesday, citing alleged data leaks from the Panama-based firm Mossack Fonseca.

Write-Offs: 4.4.16

Bats Global IPO; World figures deny wrongdoing as 'Panama Papers' reveal offshore wealth; SocGen says it follows tax rules; National Poo Museum exhibits encourage excitement for excrement; and more.

Judge approves $20 billion settlement from 2010 BP gulf oil spill

A federal judge in New Orleans granted final approval Monday to an estimated $20 billion settlement over the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, resolving years of litigation over the worst offshore spill in the nation's history. The settlement, first announced in July, includes $5.5 billion...

Panama Papers can only clean up so much

A leak of some 11 mln documents from a law firm in the Central American nation has kicked off a global offshore tax hunt. Iceland’s prime minister is already under fire and other world leaders could be damaged. The impact may be limited, however, in the least democratic regimes.

Reykjavik Man Throws Yogurt at Parliament Building in Protest After Panama Papers 

2 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Yesterday’s massive Panama Papers leak, which revealed that hundreds of world leaders are socking money away in offshore accounts, has prompted a national protest against Icelandic Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, whose account in the British Virgin Islands was uncovered. Read more...

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