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Did G8 Mark the End to Tax Secrecy?

How much substantive progress was made at last week's summit?

Wasting no time, the spotlight was soon shining once again on tax matters when it was announced at the end of the week that a windfall of £3.2 billion in respect of unpaid taxes on funds in Swiss bank accounts had boosted Britain’s public finances in May. 

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