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PODCAST: Google, Hong Kong and the new BRICS bank

July’s Taxcast from the Tax Justice Network asks: 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 for themselves. But will the new BRICS Development Bank do any better? And much more…

Produced by @Naomi Fowler and featuring journalist Daniel Beizsley, John Christensen of the Tax Justice Network, Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Michelle De Kordova of NEI  Investments, and Adam Kanzer of Domini Social Investments.

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