The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has released the second edition of Fighting Tax Crime –The Ten Global Principles.

First released in 2017, Fighting Tax Crime – The Ten Global Principles sets out ten essential legal, institution, administrative and operational mechanisms necessary for putting in place an efficient system for fighting tax crimes and other financial crimes.

The latest edition addresses new challenges, including through the incorporation of the recommendations from the recently released report on tackling the small group of professionals who enable tax and other white-collar crimes, and shares best practices in international co-operation in the fight against tax crimes.

The report also presents 33 country profiles detailing countries’ domestic tax crime enforcement frameworks as well as highlighting the progress made in implementing the Ten Global Principles.

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