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TaxCast January 2015: How Offshore Havens are Infiltrating Football and More
January 26th, 2015
In the January 2015 Taxcast: how offshore is ruining the ‘Beautiful Game': the Taxcast scrutinises football’s own goal. Also: how banks with criminal convictions are being allowed to continue to handle our money, how people may be allowed to apply for anonymity in the UK’s new register of beneficial owners of companies to be introduced in 2016, and the meeting of the world’s most powerful in that bastion of transparency, Davos, Switzerland. Plus more scandal and unique analysis.
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TaxCast: November 2014
December 1st, 2014
The latest edition of TaxCast, produced by the Tax Justice Network, is here! The monthly podcast, produced by Naomi Fowler, focuses on tax, corruption and illicit flows. In this month's edition, Naomi speaks with the Director of Ukraine's Anti-Corruption Action Centre, examines the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists' latest data drop, LuxLeaks, and much more.
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The July TaxCast: Google, the EU, and the OECD
July 24th, 2014
TJNlogoThe Tax Justice Network an FTC member, just released the July installment of TaxCast, a podcast featuring a detailed look at the previous month's tax news. In the Tax Justice Network’s latest podcast: What really happened at the Google shareholder meeting vote on a proposal for ethical tax principles? Plus: we discuss what the new tax haven-friendly EU Commission President might do (or not do), anti-democratic moves in Hong Kong from the big four accountancy firms, and: forget the OECD’s global tax reform – developing countries can and are doing it...
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The June 2014 Taxcast: Piketty, the World Cup, and capital flight
June 24th, 2014
TJNlogoFTC coordinating member, Tax Justice Network just released June's edition of TaxCast, a monthly podcast covering tax and transparency issues from around the globe. This month's edition covers a wide range of topics, including Thomas Piketty's new book on wealth inequality, Capital in the 21st Century, FIFA's role as a temporary tax haven, and the OECD process towards automatic information exchange.
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