publication . Article . 2017

The offshorization of economy: the present realities

Olga Maslak; Natalya Grishko; Olha Hlazunova; Kateryna Vorobiova;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: SHS Web of Conferences (issn: 2261-2424, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
Abstract
In this article the essence and main types of offshore zones have been studied. It has been analyzed the main reasons for cooperation with the tax havens, established that the main reason of the Ukrainian economy offshorization is not only the desire of economic entities to optimize taxes, but also the desire to protect their assets from the negative impact of the crisis phenomena in the national economy during 2010-2016. The foreign experience of the anti-offshore regulation has been researched. It has been defined that the general anti-offshore regulation vector should be based on the principles of financial transparency, active cooperation with the internatio...
Subjects
free text keywords: offshore, economy, taxes, regulation, Social Sciences, H, Business development, National economy, Business, Transparency (graphic), China, International community, Ukrainian, language.human_language, language, restrict
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