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Offshore secrecy is a long-established phenomenon; bankers in Geneva and Zurich were catering to wealthy French and German elites long before the creation of the Swiss federal state in 1848. Delaware started to function as a tax haven in the late 19th century.

Tax havens in the Global North enable the systematic looting of the Global South. John Christensen explains...

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Will Ecuadoreans deliver an anti-corruption ultimatum to their politicians and civil servants this Sunday? The country's...

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The country often blocks tax havens and other predatory fiscal policies, argues Ecuador's Foreign Minister Guillaume...

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New Internationalist dissects the language of high finance with low motives.

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Tax avoidance is a worldwide system involving many destinations and layers of financial manipulation. We chart a few of the...

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Alain Deneault explains how states legalize tax fraud.

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In this month’s podcast, our friends at the Tax Justice Network ask ‘is the US president really serious about...

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This month the Tax Justice Network looks at how Greece ended up with more austerity despite a popular 'No'...

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In the latest podcast from Tax Justice Network: why we should learn from Pakistan and make our MPs’ tax returns public.

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February’s taxcast looks at the fall-out from the HSBC leaks scandal.

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Christine Allen explains the thinking behind a new NGO-led initiative launched 100 days before the UK general...

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What makes the comedian and activist laugh, cry and despair? Jo Lateu finds out.

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Campaigners are celebrating a tax justice win in the Dominican Republic, says Sophie Richmond.

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Jamie Kelsey-Fry argues that Britain is slowly becoming a country of activists as anti-austerity group...

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The Taxcast is back to discuss tax secrecy, the G20’s endorsement of transparency, Luxembourg, Austria and India.

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Symon Hill won’t be ‘liking’ anything on 1 December because of the social network’s shady tax affairs.

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