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tax haven

Translation of tax haven in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The tiny principality of Liechtenstein has managed to transform itself from a poor farming country into a wealthy tax haven.
    • Stafford originated the idea of a financial tax haven for Dublin, though it was later regarded as the brainchild of Dermot Desmond.
    • As Bank of Ireland's operations in the Jersey tax haven come under close scrutiny by the Revenue Commissioners, exposure of its business practices should be a source of deep embarrassment to management.

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