Slovenia losing US$ 213.9m in tax revenue a year to tax abuse
Ljubljana, 20 November - Slovenia loses US$213.9 million in tax revenue a year because of tax abuse, an international study shows. The 2020 report assessed that multinational companies transfer US$973 million from the country to tax havens to avoid paying tax, which means US$97 million less revenue for the state.
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