Indians' money in tax havens reduces significantly, says report
Updated : August 22, 2018 09:32 AM IST
As per the report, in the non-bank loans and deposits, Luxembourg saw a decline of 62 percent to $11 million in 2017 from $29 million in 2013.
Similarly Jersey saw a fall of 17.6 percent to $215 million in 2017 from $261 million in 2013, the report said.
Indian monies in UK and France also witnessed a plunge of 32.2 percent to 1.85 billion from $2.73 billion and 66.3 percent to $141 million from $419 million respectively.
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