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ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
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September 24, 2015 
Officials from the AFIP tax agency walk with a dog at the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015. International... 
Rosario, Argentina 
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog at the port of Rosario 
Officials from the AFIP tax agency walk with a dog at the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5QO 
September 24, 2015 
Officials from the AFIP tax agency scan a truck (L) at the customs at the port of Rosario, September... 
Rosario, Argentina 
Officials from the AFIP tax agency scan a truck (L) at the customs at the port of Rosario, 
Officials from the AFIP tax agency scan a truck (L) at the customs at the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5OA 
September 24, 2015 
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015.... 
Rosario, Argentina 
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario 
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5O9 
September 24, 2015 
An official from the AFIP tax agency and his sniffer dog are seen by containers loaded with grains at... 
Rosario, Argentina 
An official from the AFIP tax agency and his sniffer dog are seen by containers loaded with grains at... 
An official from the AFIP tax agency and his sniffer dog are seen by containers loaded with grains at the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5O8 
September 24, 2015 
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015.... 
Rosario, Argentina 
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario 
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario, September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
ARGENTINA-PORT/
RTS1N8I 
September 17, 2015 
A truck (L) is scanned by the AFIP tax agency at the customs in the port of Rosario city, north of Buenos... 
Rosario, Argentina 
A truck is scanned by the AFIP tax agency at the customs in the port of Rosario
A truck (L) is scanned by the AFIP tax agency at the customs in the port of Rosario city, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-PORT/
RTS1N8D 
September 17, 2015 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency with a sniffer dog checks containers at the customs in the port of... 
Rosario, Argentina 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency with a sniffer dog checks containers at the customs in the port of... 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency with a sniffer dog checks containers at the customs in the port of Rosario city, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-PORT/
RTS1N8B 
September 17, 2015 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency with his sniffer dog checks containers at the customs in the port... 
Rosario, Argentina 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency with sniffer dog checks containers at the customs in the port of... 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency with his sniffer dog checks containers at the customs in the port of Rosario city, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-PORT/
RTS1N83 
September 17, 2015 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency monitors the loading of a truck at the customs in the port of Rosario... 
Rosario, Argentina 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency monitors the loading of a truck at the customs in the port of Rosario... 
An officer from the AFIP tax agency monitors the loading of a truck at the customs in the port of Rosario city, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
INDIA-REFORMS/
RTS1MZ0 
September 17, 2015 
Truck drivers walk out of a Commercial Taxes Department check post after getting clearance to cross a... 
Coimbatore, India 
Truck drivers walk out of a Commercial Taxes Department check post after getting clearance to cross a... 
Truck drivers walk out of a Commercial Taxes Department check post after getting clearance to cross a checkpoint with their goods at the Chavadi checkpoint on the outskirt of Coimbatore in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, India, September 5, 2015. At the Walayar checkpoint in southern India, lines of idle trucks stretch as far as the eye can see in both directions along the tree-lined interstate highway, waiting for clearance from tax inspectors that can take days to complete. The rollout of a nationwide goods and services tax (GST) from April was supposed to sweep away hundreds of checkposts on India's state borders, paving the way for the seamless movement of goods from the tropical south to the Himalayas in the north. But political opposition and the dilution of some of the tax's key tenets mean hopes are fading that the checkposts will be demolished any time soon, a major blow for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reform agenda - and for India's economy. Picture taken September 5, 2015. REUTERS/Sivaram V 
INDIA-REFORMS/
RTS1MYY 
September 17, 2015 
Truck drivers and helpers wait for their turn to submit their documents to get their loads cleared to... 
WALAYAR, India 
Truck drivers and helpers wait for their turn to submit their documents to get their loads cleared to... 
Truck drivers and helpers wait for their turn to submit their documents to get their loads cleared to cross a checkpoint at the Commercial Taxes Department check post at Walayar in Palakkad district in southern Indian state of Kerala, India, September 5, 2015. At the Walayar checkpoint in southern India, lines of idle trucks stretch as far as the eye can see in both directions along the tree-lined interstate highway, waiting for clearance from tax inspectors that can take days to complete. The rollout of a nationwide goods and services tax (GST) from April was supposed to sweep away hundreds of checkposts on India's state borders, paving the way for the seamless movement of goods from the tropical south to the Himalayas in the north. But political opposition and the dilution of some of the tax's key tenets mean hopes are fading that the checkposts will be demolished any time soon, a major blow for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reform agenda - and for India's economy. Picture taken September 5, 2015. REUTERS/Sivaram V 
USA-IRS
RTX10E1W 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink (C), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, leaves a House Oversight... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Faris Fink leaves a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington 
Faris Fink (C), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, leaves a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS
RTX10E1Q 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink (R), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, is pictured at a House... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Fink, Kutz and George testify at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington 
Faris Fink (R), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, is pictured at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Alongside Fink is Gregory Kutz (C), assistant inspector general for audit and J. Russell George, treasury inspector general for tax administration (L). Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS
RTX10DZG 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink (R), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Faris Fink testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington 
Faris Fink (R), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Alongside Fink is Gregory Kutz, assistant inspector general for audit. Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. Fink told lawmakers the videos, which cost more than $50,000 to produce, were well-intentioned but in hindsight inappropriate. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS
RTX10DYX 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House Oversight... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Faris Fink testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. Fink told lawmakers the videos, which cost more than $50,000 to produce, were well-intentioned but in hindsight inappropriate. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS
RTX10DYT 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, arrives to testify at... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Faris Fink arrives to testify at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, arrives to testify at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. Fink told lawmakers the videos, which cost more than $50,000 to produce, were well-intentioned but in hindsight inappropriate. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS
RTX10DYQ 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House Oversight... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Faris Fink testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. Fink told lawmakers the videos, which cost more than $50,000 to produce, were well-intentioned but in hindsight inappropriate. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS
RTX10DYN 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House Oversight... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Faris Fink testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington 
Faris Fink, commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, testifies at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. Fink told lawmakers the videos, which cost more than $50,000 to produce, were well-intentioned but in hindsight inappropriate. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS
RTX10DW5 
June 06, 2013 
Faris Fink (C), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, is pictured during... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Faris Fink is pictured during a break in testimony on Capitol Hill in Washington 
Faris Fink (C), commissioner of the IRS small business and self-employed division, is pictured during a break in testimony at a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. Fink at the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Thursday acknowledged that it was "embarrassing" how much the tax agency spent on training videos, including a Star Trek spoof, and other lavish expenses during a 2010 conference in California. Fink told lawmakers the videos, which cost more than $50,000 to produce, were well-intentioned but in hindsight inappropriate. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
ITALY-PROTEST/
RTX10BMQ 
June 04, 2013 
Italian businessmen walk in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read "You are killing... 
Rome, Italy 
Businessmen walk during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia in Rome 
Italian businessmen walk in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read "You are killing thousands of jobs," during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia, outside the parliament in Rome June 4, 2013. Five Italian businessmen stripped off their trousers and protested outside parliament on Tuesday, demanding the abolition of Equitalia they blame for the suicides of scores of their peers. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
ITALY-PROTEST/
RTX10BMO 
June 04, 2013 
Italian businessmen pose for photographers in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read... 
Rome, Italy 
Businessmen pose during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia in Rome 
Italian businessmen pose for photographers in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read "You are killing thousands of jobs," during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia, outside the parliament in Rome June 4, 2013. Five Italian businessmen stripped off their trousers and protested outside parliament on Tuesday, demanding the abolition of Equitalia they blame for the suicides of scores of their peers. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
ITALY-PROTEST/
RTX10BMG 
June 04, 2013 
Italian businessmen pose for photographers in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read... 
Rome, Italy 
Businessmen pose during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia in Rome 
Italian businessmen pose for photographers in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read "You are killing thousands of jobs," during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia, outside the parliament in Rome June 4, 2013. Five Italian businessmen stripped off their trousers and protested outside parliament on Tuesday, demanding the abolition of Equitalia they blame for the suicides of scores of their peers. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
ITALY-PROTEST/
RTX10BMA 
June 04, 2013 
Italian businessmen pose for photographers in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read... 
Rome, Italy 
Businessmen pose during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia in Rome 
Italian businessmen pose for photographers in their shirts and underwear while carrying signs that read "You are killing thousands of jobs," during a protest demanding the abolition of tax collection agency Equitalia, outside the parliament in Rome June 4, 2013. Five Italian businessmen stripped off their trousers and protested outside parliament on Tuesday, demanding the abolition of Equitalia they blame for the suicides of scores of their peers. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10AM1 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
IRS Acting Commissioner Werfel testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service, told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10ALS 
June 03, 2013 
Representative Ander Crenshaw (L) and Representative Hal Rogers (R) confer at the House Appropriations... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Representative Crenshaw and Representative Rogers confer at the House Appropriations Financial Services... 
Representative Ander Crenshaw (L) and Representative Hal Rogers (R) confer at the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on the IRS on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. The new chief of the Internal Revenue Service told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10ALR 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Werfel and George testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George (R) testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service, told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10ALP 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Werfel and George testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government ... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George (R) testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service, told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10ALM 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Werfel and George testify before the House Appropriations... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George (not pictured) testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service, told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10AL6 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Werfel and George testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George (2nd L) testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10AL2 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (C) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Werfel and George meet Crenshaw before testifying at the House Appropriations Financial Services and... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (C) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George (R) meet Chairman Representative Ander Crenshaw (L) before testifying at the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service, told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10AL1 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Werfel and George testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (L) and Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George (R) testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service, told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10AKZ 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel looks at this notes before testifying at the... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Werfel looks at this notes before testifying at the House... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel looks at this notes before testifying at the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service, told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA-IRS/
RTX10AKX 
June 03, 2013 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (front) enters the room to testify before... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Werfel enters the room to testify before the House Appropriations... 
Acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel (front) enters the room to testify before the House Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington June 3, 2013. Werfel, the new chief of the Internal Revenue Service told Congress on Monday the tax-collecting agency would fully investigate and repair the problems that led to the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-TAXES/
RTR31RS4 
May 08, 2012 
People walk past the Impostometro (Taxometer), which displays the amount of taxes paid by citizens of... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
To match Feature BRAZIL-TAXES/ 
People walk past the Impostometro (Taxometer), which displays the amount of taxes paid by citizens of Brazil, in downtown Sao Paulo city, April 27, 2012. The Federal Revenue Service, which has gained global renown for its tough and creative tactics, will be one of the most important keys to Brazil's economic prospects in 2012. President Dilma Rousseff is counting on the agency's tax-collecting prowess to help her government meet ambitious budget targets without smothering the country's suddenly brittle economy. To match Feature BRAZIL-TAXES/ Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-TAXES/
RTR31RS0 
May 08, 2012 
A man stands in front of the Impostometro (Taxometer), which displays the amount of taxes paid by citizens... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
To match Feature BRAZIL-TAXES/ 
A man stands in front of the Impostometro (Taxometer), which displays the amount of taxes paid by citizens of Brazil, in downtown Sao Paulo city, April 27, 2012. The Federal Revenue Service, which has gained global renown for its tough and creative tactics, will be one of the most important keys to Brazil's economic prospects in 2012. President Dilma Rousseff is counting on the agency's tax-collecting prowess to help her government meet ambitious budget targets without smothering the country's suddenly brittle economy. To match Feature BRAZIL-TAXES/ Picture taken April 27, 2012. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
ITALY-LETTER-BOMB/
RTR2V1M9 
December 09, 2011 
Forensic officers are seen next to their car outside an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A... 
Rome, Italy 
Forensic officers are seen next to their car outside an Equitalia office in Rome 
Forensic officers are seen next to their car outside an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A letter bomb exploded on Friday at an office of Equitalia, a state agency that collects overdue taxes and fines, injuring Director General Marco Cuccagna, police said. REUTERS/Alessandro Biamchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
ITALY-LETTER-BOMB/
RTR2V1M4 
December 09, 2011 
Forensic officers are seen next to their car outside an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A... 
Rome, Italy 
Forensic officers are seen next to their car outside an Equitalia office in Rome 
Forensic officers are seen next to their car outside an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A letter bomb exploded on Friday at an office of Equitalia, a state agency that collects overdue taxes and fines, injuring Director General Marco Cuccagna, police said. REUTERS/Alessandro Biamchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS) 
ITALY/
RTR2V1KJ 
December 09, 2011 
A forensic officer inspects a car outside an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A letter bomb... 
Rome, Italy 
A forensic officer inspects a car outside an Equitalia office in Rome 
A forensic officer inspects a car outside an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A letter bomb exploded on Friday at the headquarters of Equitalia, a state agency that collects overdue taxes and fines, injuring Director General Marco Cuccagna, police said. REUTERS/Alessandro Biamchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY LETTER BOMB
RTR2V1KH 
December 09, 2011 
A policeman stands in front of the entrance of an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A letter... 
Rome, Italy 
A policeman stand in front of the entrance of an Equitalia office in Rome 
A policeman stands in front of the entrance of an Equitalia office in Rome December 9, 2011. A letter bomb exploded on Friday at the headquarters of Equitalia, a state agency that collects overdue taxes and fines, injuring Director General Marco Cuccagna, police said. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-DEBT/
RTR2MIIN 
May 16, 2011 
Tourists from India photograph the National Debt Clock, which displays the current United States gross... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Tourists from India photograph the National Debt Clock hanging on a wall next to an office for the Internal... 
Tourists from India photograph the National Debt Clock, which displays the current United States gross national debt and each American family's share, hanging on a wall next to an office for the Internal Revenue Service near Times Square in New York May 16, 2011. The Treasury Department said the nation had hit its $14.294 trillion debt limit -- a milestone that has little practical impact beyond injecting a note of urgency into the debate over taxes and spending that has dominated Washington this year. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TRAVEL) 
USA-DEBT/
RTR2MIIG 
May 16, 2011 
The National Debt Clock, which displays the current United States gross national debt and each American... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The National Debt Clock hangs on a wall next to an office for the Internal Revenue Service near Times... 
The National Debt Clock, which displays the current United States gross national debt and each American family's share, hangs on a wall next to an office for the Internal Revenue Service near Times Square in New York May 16, 2011. The Treasury Department said the nation had hit its $14.294 trillion debt limit -- a milestone that has little practical impact beyond injecting a note of urgency into the debate over taxes and spending that has dominated Washington this year. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
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ECONOMY PHILIPPINES
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October 28, 2005 
Philippine Finance Secretary Margarito Teves (L) walks with Joachim von Amsberg, the World Bank's country... 
Manila, Philippines 
Philippine Finance Secretary Teves walks with Amsberg the World Bank's country director in Manila 
Philippine Finance Secretary Margarito Teves (L) walks with Joachim von Amsberg, the World Bank's country director in the Philippines, after their meeting in Manila October 28, 2005. Tax collection in the Philippines is expected to rise to 14.6 percent of gross domestic product next year from 12.6 percent in 2004, helped by a broader sales tax, Teves said on Friday. But Amsberg said the government should pursue more reforms and fight corruption at revenue agencies to return to the 1997 tax collection peak of 17 percent of GDP. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco 
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September 23, 1997 
Senate Finance Committee Chairman William V. Roth Jr., (R-Del), prepares to open a three-day review of... 
multiple countries 
CHAIRMAN WILLIAM V ROTH PREPARES FOR HEARINGS 
Senate Finance Committee Chairman William V. Roth Jr., (R-Del), prepares to open a three-day review of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) September 23. Roth said that tax collectors have used false identification and that agents pursue taxpayers "who can't afford to fight back" in an agency effort to meet collection quotas.

CONGRESS IRS 
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February 11, 1997 
FILE PHOTO 14FEB97 - Former CIA and FBI chief William Webster will head up a special investigation of... 
multiple countries 
FILE PHOTO OF WILLIAM WEBSTER. 
FILE PHOTO 14FEB97 - Former CIA and FBI chief William Webster will head up a special investigation of the government's tax-collecting agency, the Treasury Department announced on April 28. Webster's appointment was announced by IRS Commissioner Charles Rossotti and Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin at a Treasury ceremony just as the Senate Finance Committee began four days of hearings into alleged abuses by the Internal Revenue Service's criminal investigation division. Webster is shown testifying before the House International Security Committee February 11, 1997.

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