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"… e else’s dime. Six of the court’s nine members received paid trips to Europe in 2014, including to Berlin, London and Zurich, as reported on the justic …"

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"… t sandblasting with silica be banned. Britain and a swath of mainland Europe had already done so by that point. But industry groups in the U …"

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"… rseas. Last year Medtronic announced plans to relocate its headquarters to Europe when it completed its acquisition of an Irish company. The deal became fi …"

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"… s as a result of our story in February. "Amazon has begun to pay taxes in Europe and not hide behind structures in Luxembourg. This largely results from ou …"

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"… ht, potentially saving companies significant amounts of time and money. In Europe, by contrast, companies must have their flavors and other ingredients revi …"

"… her ingredients reviewed for safety by an independent agency funded by the European Union. The flavor industry makes its safety evaluations “behind close …"

"… hoose to make safety determinations without government oversight. In Europe, the industry doesn’t have the option to police itself. The European Un …"

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"… culture. Yepsen said many of the ethnic immigrant arrivals to Chicago from Europe, and in some cases the South, viewed government as a business. “ ‘I u …"

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"… -based literary journal that focuses on women’s issues in post-Communist Europe and is the former chair of the board of directors for the Mautner Project. …"

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"… t lupin.” Lupin is considered a "major food allergen" in Europe and must be labeled accordingly on packaged foods. In the United States, w …"

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"… nates. DSL — as copper connections are called — is the primary reason European Internet providers deliver just 74 percent of their advertised speeds, a …"

"… iders deliver just 74 percent of their advertised speeds, according to the European Commission. U.S. providers give their users the speeds that they adverti …"

"… s that they advertise, the Federal Communications Commission reported. “Europeans pay less because they get less,” Layton said in an email. L …"

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"… e very little damage,” Maharaj said, as similar assaults by militants in Europe had showed. But a saboteur armed with magnetic limpet mines and plans show …"

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"… ore rural residents having broadband connections in the U.S. compared with Europe, where Internet regulations are stiffer, and has “created 945,000 jobs f …"

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"… hip of WDI Ltd., and by extension more than a dozen Disney subsidiaries in Europe and Australia, into a Cayman Islands-registered company called Hammersmith …"

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"… embourg that may have helped them slash the taxes they pay in the U.S. and Europe, according to the documents obtained by the International Consortium of In …"

"… stigation has sparked swift condemnation and calls for reform in Europe. In the wake of the revelations, Jean-Claude Juncker, the new president of …"

"… the wake of the revelations, Jean-Claude Juncker, the new president of the European Commission, who was prime minister of Luxembourg while many of the contr …"

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"… eir global tax bills while maintaining little presence in the tiny Western European duchy, leaked documents show. These 343 companies appear to have channe …"

"… Journalists and a team of more than 80 journalists from 26 countries. The European Union and Luxembourg have been fighting for months over Luxembourg’s r …"

"… ing whether the country’s tax deals with Amazon and Fiat Finance violate European law. Luxembourg officials have supplied some information to the EU but h …"

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"… azprom, the country’s largest gas producer; it supplies about a third of Europe’s natural gas. In a filing submitted Friday and effective that day …"

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"… y, when a handful of companies based in loosely regulated jurisdictions in Europe and the Caribbean began offering online gambling games worldwide, includin …"

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"… pile of 44 tons of plutonium, some of which is stored in Japan and some in Europe. U.S. officials have complained to their Japanese counterparts that the p …"

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"… e scientists and NGOs involved in groups such as CENCAM, many of them from Europe and United States, focus on brutal working conditions in the sugar industr …"

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"… weeping policy changes and high-profile resignations around the world. The European Union’s top tax official has called Offshore Leaks “the most signifi …"

"… ficial has called Offshore Leaks “the most significant trigger” behind Europe’s newfound resolve to crack down on offshore hideaways and global tax do …"

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"… ther to work on a highly sensitive investigation alongside colleagues from Europe and the U.S.  The meeting kicked off a six-month probe into the  …"

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"… ICIJ has sifted through with help from more than 50 reporting partners in Europe, North America, Asia and other regions. Since last April, ICIJ’s storie …"

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"… for his unpaid fine of 167.2 billion won ($149.3 million).   One of Europe’s top bankers offered his resignation one day after news broke that he s …"

"… Zurich-based law firm Lenz & Staehlin has aided some of Europe's richest families park their wealth offshore. “People don’t set …"

"… ne Zurich-based law firm, Lenz & Staehlin, has aided some of Europe's richest families park their wealth offshore. “People don’t set …"

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"… onal Labour Office in Geneva summarized the findings of Rehn and others in Europe, deeming it “absolutely necessary that in factories in which workers are …"

"… it from countries such as Germany, China and India. The compound is on the European Chemicals Agency’s version of a blacklist, along with 143 other “sub …"

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"… painted the OECD, which like FATF is headquartered in Paris, as a band of European socialists bent on destroying free enterprise. Along with calling o …"

"… change, winning small victories but also hitting roadblocks. In 2012, the European Union’s tax commissioner, Lithuanian economist Algirdas Semeta, found …"

"… alled a “perfect storm” of events would soon transform tax politics in Europe, making it easier for him and like-minded officials around the world to pu …"

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"… ,500 to buy business class seats for Brewer and an aide on flights to Europe for an economic development trip last year, for example. Team ACA ha …"

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"… ing some gratifying recognition for our major tax haven investigation from Europe, where the project has been one of the year’s biggest stories. Just this …"

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"… define words in the proposal, or explain how it compared with practices in Europe. Critics pitched their own amendments, each one triggering more questions …"

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"… nt, hauling away paintings and other big-ticket items; In Austria, one of Europe’s most famed bankers abruptly resigned; And, in Great Britain and Franc …"

"… e Philippines, Greece, Canada, India, Mongolia, Austria and Australia. In Europe, the EU’s top tax official credits ICIJ with transforming tax politics, …"

"… cretary of state says “Offshore Leaks woke up many Belgians” and other Europeans as well. “We're in a completely different context today,” he says. …"

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