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The Tax Justice Network’s French podcast: Afrique: Plus de transparence entre administrations fiscales pour lutter contre les flux financiers illicites #32

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Welcome to our monthly podcast in French, Impôts et Justice Sociale with Idriss Linge of the Tax Justice Network. All our podcasts are unique productions in five different languages every month in English, Spanish, Arabic, French, Portuguese. They’re all available here and on most podcast apps. Here’s our latest episode: Afrique : Plus de transparence entre administrations fiscales pour lutter contre les flux financiers illicites,

Tax havens meet monopoly power: why national competitiveness harms competition

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares This article is cross-posted from The Counterbalance, the newsletter of the Balanced Economy Project, a new organisation dedicated to tackling monopolies and excessive market power. It has been slightly adapted for the Tax Justice Network’s blog. Today we focus on the strange concept of national competitiveness – the ‘competitiveness’ of countries or states (rather

The Tax Justice Network July 2021 Spanish language podcast, Justicia ImPositiva: Nuevo impuesto corporativo: estrategia de los países en desarrollo #61

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Welcome to our Spanish language podcast and radio programme  Justicia ImPositiva with Marcelo Justo and Marta Nuñez, free to download and broadcast on radio networks across Latin America and Spain. ¡Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a nuestro podcast y programa radiofónico! Escuche por su app de podcast favorita. En este programa: Semanas cruciales para el nuevo impuesto

What does Brexit mean for tax havens and the City of London?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares By Nicholas Shaxson It is Mansion House time again. Every year Britain’s Chancellor (finance minister) makes a speech at Mansion House, a spiritual home of Britain’s financial sector and the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London, where he (the Chancellor is always a ‘he’) declares his love and support for the

Is today a turning point against corporate tax abuse?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares This is an extended version of the op-ed recently published in the Guardian. The G7 countries have the chance to strike the biggest blow in a century against the tax abuse of multinational companies. Top line agreement this today would allow the OECD to deliver a full deal over the coming months on

Is today a turning point against corporate tax abuse?

TweetShareSharePin11 Shares This is an extended version of the op-ed recently published in the Guardian. The G7 countries have the chance to strike the biggest blow in a century against the tax abuse of multinational companies. Top line agreement this today would allow the OECD to deliver a full deal over the coming months on

The Tax Justice Network’s French podcast: Colleter les ressources et les redistribuer: De enjeux nouveaux pour la justice fiscale #28

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Pour cette 28ème édition de votre podcast en français sur la Justice Sociale et fiscale en Afrique et dans le Monde, nous parlerons du Cameroun. Le pays est riche en ressources du sous-sol, et pourtant, ses populations ne perçoivent pas toujours le bénéfice de cette richesse. La question du partage des revenus miniers

The Tax Justice Network’s French podcast: Colleter les ressources et les redistribuer: De enjeux nouveaux pour la justice fiscale #28

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Pour cette 28ème édition de votre podcast en français sur la Justice Sociale et fiscale en Afrique et dans le Monde, nous parlerons du Cameroun. Le pays est riche en ressources du sous-sol, et pourtant, ses populations ne perçoivent pas toujours le bénéfice de cette richesse. La question du partage des revenus miniers

🔴 Live blog: Global minimum tax rate at G7

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The single biggest change in a century to international tax rules will be discussed this weekend at an annual meeting of the G7 – a club of the world’s seven largest economies: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US. The G7 will seek an agreement on implementing a global minimum

🔴 Live blog: Global minimum tax rate at G7

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The single biggest change in a century to international tax rules will be discussed this weekend at an annual meeting of the G7 – a club of the world’s seven largest economies: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US. The G7 will seek an agreement on implementing a global minimum
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