Offshore jurisdictions, controversial topic of the modern business world

Roxana-Daniela PĂUN


This article aims to present synthetically the off-shore jurisdiction issues in the context of the globalisation of our lives and automatically of the business world facing new issues and challenges regarding the business in the international area, starting from defining elements and approaching some of the practical challenges offered by the widespread use of such offshore jurisdictions known as “tax havens”.



jurisdiction offshore, offshore companies, trusts, tax haven

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