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Lessons on offshore from the Icelandic collapse

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After my talk on “Iceland: the offshorisation of an economy” at the Tax Justice Network Workshop on “Corruption and the Role of Tax Havens” I was invited to blog on the Icelandic offshore lessons. Thanks a million to TJN for the invite, the blog is here.

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Written by Sigrún Davídsdóttir

May 5th, 2016 at 12:06 pm

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  1. An amazing story.
    My own experience of 30 years has been exactly that; Luxembourg enforces nothing, and no investor should go near it. That Juncker is in the position he is, tells us all we need to know about EU politics.
    And the Icelandic President simply should have gone after the Icelandic banks collapsed; he was their biggest cheerleader and either knew, or was too stupid. Looks like he is using the same excuse again.

    Tony Shearer

    8 May 16 at 4:16 pm

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