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Taboos and taxation, a sore subject at the French Embassy
| 27 January 2022 | 15 minutes
This January, the French embassy regulated its collection system of income tax for its Tunisian employees, which for many of them has caused several years of tax issues, a subject which is handled with the utmost discretion.
Pandora Papers | From one investigation to another, the stagnation of the Justice system
| 24 January 2022 | 12 minutes
SwissLeaks, Panama Papers, Pandora Papers... Despite the many revelations over the past few years, the Tunisian justice system is still struggling to deal with international tax evasion. Where does Tunisia find itself today, seven years after the first investigation was conducted?
Soil fracturing: Perenco's hazardous operations in Tunisia
| 11 January 2022 | 10 minutes
In Kebili, the Franco-British company Perenco has been exploiting non-conventional hydrocarbons for over a decade. Taking advantage of the vague Tunisian legislative framework, Perenco is putting the local environment and health at risk. The investigation was conducted in collaboration with the French media outlet Blast.
Pandora Papers | From oil drilling to tax haven, Ahmed Bouchamaoui's dealings in the British Virgin Islands
| 11 January 2022 | 7 minutes
What is the link between hydrocarbon exploitation in North Africa and a company registered in the British Virgin Islands? Ahmed Bouchamaoui. The businessman and heir to the Al Majd Holding group created a subsidiary of his oil group in this tax haven on January 17, 2000. Inkyfada investigated. 
Pandora Papers | Mohamed Allani - A mysterious disappearance and the deep, dark hole of tax havens
| 14 November 2021 | 5 minutes
Among the Tunisian names that appear in the 11.9 million Pandora Papers’ documents, one in particular stands out, due to the mysterious circumstances. Mohamed Allani, who has been missing since 2004, and his recreational boat, the 'Kilani'.
Pandora Papers | Mohamed Amine Miled, Two Islands to Hide a Boat
| 05 November 2021 | 7 minutes
How could the young businessman Mohamed Amine Miled enjoy his small recreational boat without paying taxes in Tunisia? Yet another use for tax havens.
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