You are right and wrong.
Open access is a consultation of data, but not a database. Therefore, there is considerable collection activity to go and retrieve this strategic data using various forms of LBR.
Then, you need to understand what this data represents, what they can talk about, and find relevant information. Obviously I will not describe all the tasks of cleaning and correcting very incomplete data.
You are right that a simple curious person with some programming knowledge can do the same job. If you know an intern with such skills with a passion for financial skills, we are happy to welcome them to us!
To your second question, there is no longer an international blacklist of tax sites. Ically officially, Luxembourg is not one, it has been cooperating at the European level for a few years. But in our opinion, it remains a tax haven. It offers a variety of tools for tax optimization: while the statutory corporate tax rate is practically 25%, in fact, the effective rate is only 1 or 2% due to the potential for optimization. If it’s not a paradise, it’s at least a tax haven …
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