TaxCast: Greece’s Missing Billions, Trade Mispricing, and the G20 Agenda
June 25, 2012
By arrangement with Tackle Tax Havens
The June issue of TaxCast deals with tax avoidance by celebrities, Greece’s missing billions, what should have been on the G20 agenda, and trade mispricing–the tricks of the corruption trade.
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