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What Aung San Suu Kyi could do next

Clearly articulating her party’s economics policies would be a good start, reckons Dinyar Godrej.

Filed in: Burma Economics Politics

Country profile: Zambia

Mary Namakando digs out facts and ratings on one of Southern Africa’s most politically stable countries and probes President Sata’s grapple with corruption.

Filed in: Democracy Economics Politics Wealth Zambia

Apple i-tax dodging and the ABCs of letterbox companies...

… and lots more in the latest Taxcast from the Tax Justice Network.

Filed in: Economics Finance

How dare they cut the 50p tax rate?

Chris Brazier calls for the UK budget scandal to be the ‘poll tax moment’ for our government of reckless millionaires.

Filed in: Economics

Mining and tax dodging: a dirty business all round

Zambia claims it is owed $1 billion in tax from mining transnationals, but will Glencore & co clean up their act?

Filed in: Economics Mining Zambia

Greeks resist crisis through active engagement

From potatoes to polyclinics, here is solidarity in action, says Katerina Kitidi.

Filed in: Activism Economics Greece

Put equality first

Both inequality and economic instability are growing. How deep does the connection go? wonders Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: Economics Equality Finance

What the squid did next

They say that US investment bank Goldman Sachs runs the world. Kenneth Haar investigates just how it’s wrapping its tentacles around Europe.

Filed in: Economics Finance Wealth

A roadmap for a fair economy

Here’s how to get from where we are to where we want to be…

Filed in: Economics Finance

Greeks decry bailout madness

If this is what being ‘saved’ is like, you can keep it, says Katerina Kitidi.

Filed in: Economics Finance Greece

Politicians set the stage for another Greek Tragedy

Democracy is dead – but the people are alive (and kicking), says Katerina Kitidi.

Filed in: Economics Greece Politics

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