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Samuel Eto’o given suspended prison sentence for tax fraud in Spain
Eto'o must repay nearly €4 million in taxes owed during his time with Barcelona.
EU anti-fraud office wants bloc to recover over €500 million
The anti-fraud office said fraudsters continued to try to take advantage of the COVID-19 crisis.
Finance ministers should worry about tax fraud, EU prosecutor says
Authorities in EU countries aren’t showing enough appetite to claw back tens of billions in funds lost to fraud each year, according to the head of the EU’s financial crime agency.
German offices of Morgan Stanley searched in tax fraud investigation
Prosecutors said the raids were in connection with the "cum-ex" tax evasion scandal.
Spanish prosecutors shelve fraud probes into former king Juan Carlos I
The "King Emiret" could not be convicted due to the statute of limitations, prosecutors said.
Spanish police arrest UK's 'most wanted woman' for €1bn phone fraud
"At one point this organisation sold more mobile phones in the UK than all the legal shops combined," Spain's Civil Guard said of the VAT fraud scheme.
Italian businessmen scammed €440 million in virus tax credits
Authorities carried out 80 raids across the country on Monday as part of the investigation.
EU removes Seychelles from tax blacklist despite Pandora Papers
The latest update of the EU list of "non-cooperative jurisdictions" has exempted Seychelles, Anguilla and Dominica from being blacklisted.
German official receives hate mail after proposing tax tip-off scheme
A regional minister in Germany has received hate messages after proposing an anonymous portal where citizens can report potential tax evaders.
Trump Organization finance chief surrenders ahead of expected charges
Weisselberg was seen walking into the courthouse in lower Manhattan around 6:20 a.m. with his lawyer.
EU hails G7 tax deal but internal divisions might thwart consensus
Some member states, like Ireland and Hungary, are wary of embracing the 15% minimum rate, fearing it will upend their economic model.
Panama Papers, five years on: how is the EU tackling tax abuse?
Euronews asked the Commission to respond to accusations that they are not doing enough to combat tax abuse. A spokesperson defended the Tax Action Plan, and more.
EU member states push forward with new tax transparency rules
A majority of EU states agreed last week to press ahead with tax transparency laws for the world's largest multinational companies.
Former Spanish king pays €4.4 million in bid to settle tax situation
The payment marks Juan Carlos I's second attempt to regularise past undeclared income.
Using the EU’s own trade rules against it: the scourge of ‘VAT Carousel’ fraud | View
By converging standards and regulations, and removing most - if not all - barriers to international export, the EU facilitates trade, improving the standards of living for millions across the continent. However, criminal actors are also using these same structures to engage in illicit activity.
Singer Shakira accused of €14.5 million tax fraud
Barcelona’s prosecutor has accused singer Shakira of a €14.5 million tax fraud.
France to experiment with monitoring taxpayers' social media accounts
France will 'experiment' with monitoring taxpayers' social media accounts to prevent fraud
Trump's former campaign chief in court
Paul Manafort pleaded not guilty to 18 counts of bank and tax fraud
Husband of Spanish princess starts jail sentence
Iñaki Urdangarin was sentenced to five years and ten months on charges that included tax fraud and embezzlement
Kremlin responds angrily as Russian billionaire is charged in France
Suleiman Kerimov, who has close ties to the Kremlin, has been charged with tax fraud and money laundering in Nice
'No secrecy': Malta's PM discusses business and journalism
‘There is no secrecy’ Malta's prime minister tells euronews as he talks about business and theories surrounding the recent murder of a local journalist.
Prince Charles' estate 'may have profited' from his campaigning
The British royal is shown to have connections with offshore investments and is criticised for a "conflict of interest".
Apple caught in the spot light of Paradise Papers revelations
Apple denies avoiding tax after the latest documents in the Paradise Papers are released
What are the Paradise Papers and why are they significant?
Is it right for a rich person to hide their money abroad to avoid paying taxes?
Mourinho facing tax fraud charges
Mourinho appears before judge in Spain on tax fraud case
France opposes Google tax ruling
The French government says it's going to lodge an appeal against a court ruling that Google is not liable to pay 1.1 billion euros ($1.3 billion) in back taxes.