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Source: Tax Havens



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Source: Tax Havens

Category: Digital Media, Taxes and Policy

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3 Responses to “Tax Havens”

  1. [...] was reading through this infographic/cartoon over at The Big Picture and started thinking about the race to the bottom we see with state tax [...]

  2. Can you mention Swiss based companies?
    I’m aware of 2 just from the top of my mind:
    Procter&Gamble registered in kanton Genova and
    KPMG registered in kanton Zug

    According to my friends about 100 large companies are expected to relocate to Swiss within the next 10 years, including banks from mainland China. (Info from one of the big fours.)

    The traditional Swiss companies are:
    Novartis, Roche, UBS, CreditSuisse, Nestle that would be

  3. … enough alone to create the backbone of the economy for a 7 million nation.
    Sorry, posted accidentally too early.