Nick Shaxson ■ The Tax Justice Network podcast, August 2015
In the August 2015 Tax Justice Network Podcast: Sun, sea and tax: the Taxcast goes to Mexico and looks at how multinational tourism operates there. Plus: we ask why Luxembourg is printing euros like there’s no tomorrow; whether Brazil’s offer of a tax amnesty to its tax dodgers will work; and how much longer ‘emerging economies’ and other countries left out of the reform of global tax rules will put up with it.
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Featuring Tax Justice Network’s John Christensen and Linda Ambrosie, author of Sun and Sea Tourism: Fantasy and Finance of the All-Inclusive Industry (LINK www.tourismfantasyandfinance.org) Produced and presented by @Naomi_Fowler for the Tax Justice Network.
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