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Taxcast: Edition 16, April 2013

April 23, 2013

By Taxcast by Tax Justice Network

TaxCast is a monthly podcast produced by Naomi Fowler for the Tax Justice Network. Episodes are available here.

In April 2013′s Taxcast: ‘offshore leaks’ blows the lid off secrecy for sale, the G20 endorse greater transparency (but let’s not get too excited), Luxembourg agrees to lift its banking secrecy, Austria next? And the Taxcast takes a look at fake foreign direct investment.

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