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The Panama Papers was the biggest-ever collaboration for investigative journalism, involving 400 journalists in 80 countries who collectively produced 6,000 stories in 100 different media outlets. Shutterstock

Media Files: investigative journalist Bastian Obermayer, who led the Panama Papers tax exposé

Media Files: investigative journalist Bastian Obermayer, who led the Panama Papers tax exposé. The Conversation, CC BY80.6 MB (download)
Today we meet Bastian Obermayer, the Pulitizer prize-winning journalist who led the Panama Papers investigation into global tax evasion.
Glencore’s lawyers argued anything about the company in the Paradise Papers was “privileged” and the tax office should be prevented from using that information. www.shutterstock.com

Australia’s tax office can use global data leaks to pursue multinationals, High Court rules

The High Court of Australia has given the Australia Taxation Office a green light to use leaked information about Glencore and offshore tax havens.
As journalism loses its financial footing, it may need more support from foundations. Tim Karr/Free Press

Can charity save journalism from market failure?

Big cash infusions can give nonprofit journalism a much-needed boost. But the ailing news industry needs more consistent funding.
If the government wants to get serious about tax evasion it should create a public register for beneficial owners of companies. Martin Philbey/AAP

To really tackle corporate tax evasion we need a public register

The government should follow through on setting up a register of beneficial ownership of companies if it wants to get serious about tax evasion.
Activists outside the European Commission show their disdain for existing measures against tax evasion and money laundering. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Africa needs to develop new ways of stemming illicit financial flows

In Africa, commercial activities are the largest component of illicit financial flows. This is followed by organised crime and then public sector corruption.

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