In the coming week, civil society
organisations across Europe will demand more action from European governments
to stop tax dodging by unscrupulous multinational companies. One of their top
demands is that the European Union pass a new law to create public registers of
the real owners of all phantom firms and shell companies, as a key step in the
fight against tax dodging and corruption. As part of the Europe-wide `Stop Tax Dodging’
initiative, some 15 organisations in
twelve countries ...