TaxCast: The ABCs of Apple, Arab Spring Property, and Letterbox Companies
By Tackle Tax Haven
March 27, 2012
In partnership with Tackle Tax Havens.
The March edition of TaxCast discusses international tax competition, Apple’s request for a tax holiday, and letterbox companies. We hear from John Christensen of the Tax Justice Network on the Libyan reclamation of a $10-million pound London property purchased by Qaddafi’s son (with state money), and how the interests of the poor countries are against those of the OED tax paradises.
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