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In Focus: Samherji Scandal

One of the biggest news stories to break last year alleged that one of Iceland’s largest seafood companies, Samherji, had bribed Namibian government officials to gain access to lucrative fishing grounds, while also taking advantage of international loopholes to avoid taxes. The story was reported collaboratively by Kveikur, Stundin Newspaper, and Al Jazeera Investigates, after months of investigations sparked by the confessions of whistleblower Jóhannes Stefánsson, a former project manager for Samherji in Namibia. The following report is based on their extensive research.

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Þorsteinn Már Baldvinsson
Business

Tax Authorities Open Samherji Case

Communication has begun between Samherji and The Directorate of Tax Investigations in Iceland and the District Prosecutor, RÚV reports. The Icelandic fishing company will be

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Business

Samherji and Iceland Under Scrutiny

Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir is prepared to ensure any additional funding that may be needed to investigate Samherji’s operations in Namibia. Icelandic banks also report

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