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The Taxcast
Tax Justice Network monthly podcast
Regular Show
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Nov. 25, 2021, 1:43 p.m.
In this episode:

Ireland only has 0.1% of the world’s population, but they became one of the biggest tax havens on the planet. What’s that meant for Irish people, and their road ahead? Naomi Fowler speaks with authors of a new book Tax Haven Ireland. (There’s a special deal for Taxcast listeners for the paperback or the ebook version, wherever you are in the world. Go to PLuto Books, the publisher’s website and enter the code TAX40).
Also: we discuss the latest Tax Justice Network’s annual State of Tax Justice report. You can check out how your country threatens others, and/or how it suffers at the hands of other offender nations here:

Authors of Tax Haven Ireland, Kieran Allen of the School of Sociology, University College Dublin and Brian O Boyle, lecturer in economics at St Angela’s College.
Alex Cobham of the Tax Justice Network
Pooja Rangaprasad, Director, Policy and Advocacy, Financing for Development, Society for International Development
Naomi Fowler of the Tax Justice Network, producer and host

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