British American Tobacco accused of depriving developing countries of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax needed to provide people with health services

May 1, 2019

“Tobacco firm BAT ‘costs developing countries $700m in tax”, 30 April 2019

British American Tobacco has been accused of depriving developing countries of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax by using “financial manoeuvring” to shift profits to a UK subsidiary.

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