TaxCast: HSBC’s Culture of Entitlement, Norway’s New Regulations, and Offshore Accounts
July 24, 2012
By arrangement with Tackle Tax Havens
In July’s Taxcast: Why there are no prosecutions at HSBC bank, a tax justice victory in Norway, new Tax Justice Network research reveals the amount of offshore wealth is higher than anybody thought. And we look at the temporary tax haven of the London Olympics.
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