Taxcast: “Britzerland,” Google and Apple in Court, and How Secrecy Kills
May 30, 2013
By arrangement with Tackle Tax Havens
In the May 2013 Taxcast: Google and Apple are forced to defend their tax affairs in public, how anti-EU sentiment serves offshore interests, and the Taxcast looks at tax havens and the arms trade: how secrecy kills. The Lord of War makes an appearance.
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