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It is time for world to stop the super-rich from dodging taxes

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Low-income countries lose a larger share of their taxable income to tax evasion and aggressive avoidance than is the case for rich countries.

It is time for world to stop the super-rich from dodging taxes

By Alvin Mosioma | 2 months ago

It is time for world to stop the super-rich from dodging taxes

It is time for world to stop the super-rich from dodging taxes

Low-income countries lose a larger share of their taxable income to tax evasion and aggressive avoidance than is the case for rich countries.

Alvin Mosioma | 2 months ago

Remedy for a trillion-dollar problem?

Africa is bleeding. But it's not a physical wound, it's a financial one, and it's allowing more to leave in illicit flows - money that is illegally transferred, earned or utilised – than the amount being received in development aid.

Alvin Mosioma and Kenneth Okoth | 6 years ago

Remedy for a trillion-dollar problem?

Africa is bleeding. But it's not a physical wound, it's a financial one, and it's allowing more to leave in illicit flows - money that is illegally transferred, earned or utilised – than the amount being received in development aid.

Alvin Mosioma and Kenneth Okoth | 6 years ago

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