Tax havens should be stripped of any right to seek help from the International Monetary Fund and other global financial institutions, according to France.

In response to the “Paradise Papers” revelations, France’s Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said the latest revelations of tax dodging showed that policymakers have to do more to tackle such schemes, and that any tax haven blacklist should be backed by sanctions.

“Cutting financial support from the international institutions, like the IMF...

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