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Cristiano Ronaldo Allegedly Using Irish Company To Dodge Spanish Taxes

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 02 / 16

Cristiano Ronaldo could become "the Spanish tax authorities' next target," according to SPORT. According to El Confidencial, "the Real Madrid star has been invoicing for most of his advertising revenues through an Irish company," Multisports & Image Management Ltd., in which the name of the play...

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