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Guideline: Version 2000 Chapter X Paragraph X.0

Description It is important that enterprises contribute to the public finances of host countries by making timely payment of their tax liabilities. In particular, enterprises should comply with the tax laws and regulations in all countries in which they operate and should exert every effort to act in accordance with both the letter and spirit of those laws and regulations. This would include such measures as providing to the relevant authorities the information necessary for the correct determination of taxes to be assessed in connection with their operations and conforming transfer pricing practices to the arm’s length principle.

10 cases relating to 'Version 2000 Chapter X Paragraph X.0':

Title Issue Date filed Status
Privacy International vs Verizon Enterprise HR violations facilitated by 6 UK telecom companies 5 November 2013 Rejected
Privacy International vs Viatel HR violations facilitated by 6 UK telecom companies 5 November 2013 Rejected
Privacy International vs Vodafone Cable HR violations facilitated by 6 UK telecom companies 5 November 2013 Rejected
Privacy International vs Level 3 HR violations facilitated by 6 UK telecom companies 5 November 2013 Rejected
Privacy International vs Interoute HR violations facilitated by 6 UK telecom companies 5 November 2013 Rejected
CLEC & ERI vs American Sugar Refining Incorporated Illegal eviction of villagers by ASR in Cambodia 31 October 2012 Concluded
Global Witness vs. Afrimex Afrimex’s mineral trading in the DRC 20 February 2007 Concluded
FoE US & RAID vs. Trinitech US companies & illegal resource exploitation in DRC 4 August 2004 Rejected
CBE vs. National Grid Transco NGT's mining practices in Zambia 25 July 2003 Concluded
RAID vs. Binani Binani's corruption in mining industry Zambia 1 May 2001 Withdrawn

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