From Singapore to Switzerland: the world's worst tax havens

Tax havens are at the heart of a global system that allows multinational companies to avoid paying their fair share of taxes, while 896 million people worldwide are trapped in extreme poverty. Nine out of ten of the world’s biggest corporations have a presence in tax havens and it is estimated that corporate tax dodging costs poor countries at least $100 billion every year.

Oxfam’s new research reveals the world’s worst corporate tax havens. Some of them are far from tropical islands in the sun. And they are just the tip of the iceberg.

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Tax havens are fuelling an inequality crisis that sees 62 people own the same wealth as the poorest half of the planet. We must work together and call on world leaders to end their use, once and for all.

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