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Audio: August Taxcast

Aug 27

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This month's podcast from the Tax Justice Network

In the latest Tax Justice Network podcast:

When was the last time you used a $100 bill, a 500 euro note or a 1,000 Swiss Franc note? We look at how Western banks and Treasuries are facilitating crime through high denomination bills.

Also, tax haven reputation damage-management, Switzerland pulls a fast one on India, the European bankers raking in the bonuskis from sanctions against Russia and how the tax haven of Mauritius is...erm...expanding its portfolio.

 

Featuring:

  • John Christensen of the Tax Justice Network,
  • Jeffery Robinson, author of Laundry Men and many other books on financial crime.
  • Lanny Breuer, Assistant US Attorney General.
  • Jim Henry economist and asset recovery specialist .

 

Presented and produced by @Naomi_Fowler for the Tax Justice Network.

 

 
 
 
 

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