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The Taxcast
Tax Justice Network monthly podcast
Regular Show
Economist Francis Karugu Economist, lawyer and senior Tax Justice Network advisor Jim Henry Economist Keval Bharadia John Christensen, Tax Justice Network
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Dec. 17, 2020, 1:42 p.m.
This month we take a look at the transformative power of financial transactions taxes. There’s a chance that New York, home to two of the world’s largest stock exchanges, could be about to set an important precedent. We go to Kenya to look at its experience with a financial transactions tax. And we see how much further the tax could go.

Plus: we discuss three major waves of change in 2020: the black lives matter protests, Trump’s departure from the Whitehouse and the end of the Brexiteers dream. (Subscribe to the Taxcast via email by contacting the Taxcast producer on naomi [at]
Produced and presented by the Tax Justice Network’s Naomi Fowler

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