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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.
Spain’s state prosecutor is prepared to accept a fine from football player Lionel Messi instead of sending him to prison for tax fraud.
Manchester United boss is accused of not declaring earnings from the use of his image rights by Spanish prosecutors.
Cristiano Ronaldo says his "conscience is clear" the day after Spanish tax authorities file a lawsuit claiming nearly 15 million euros.
Spain’s prosecutor’s office has said it filed a lawsuit against footballer Cristiano Ronaldo for allegedly defrauding Spanish authorities of 14.7
The European Commission estimates at least 50-billion euros per year is lost because of cross-border VAT fraud.
Spain's Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by footballer Lionel Messi against a 21-month prison sentence for tax fraud.
The English clubs are said to be the focus of HMRC's crackdown on tax fraud in football.
Tesco hit with multi-million pound fine for accounting fraud
Former French budget minister Jerome Cahuzac, who led a government crackdown on tax dodgers, was sentenced to three years in jail in Paris on Thursday – for hiding an offshore bank account of his…
Spanish prosecutors are seeking a prison term of more than 10 years for former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o for alleged tax crimes committed when he played for…
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Nigeria says it has found 700,000 companies in the country that have never paid tax. It is tracking down non-payers to top up its treasury as oil industry revenue fall from low prices.
Just two months after its former president joined Goldman Sachs, the European Commission has been caught up in another corporate scandal.
Ireland's government insisted it has done nothing wrong as the Dublin parliament debated its fight with the European Commission over Apple's tax bill.
Jerome Cahuzac says his first secret account was used to fund the political movement of former French PM Michel Rocard.
The trial has begun in France of disgraced former Socialist minister Jerome Cahuzac, accused of tax evasion and money-laundering.
The European Commission is set to take a big bite out of Apple on Tuesday.