FIFA’s “obscene” tax abuses – part 2: the John Oliver version

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We recently wrote a post entitled Brazilians will pay heavily for FIFA’s “obscene” tax abuses, which gained a fair bit of attention and once more put the spotlight once more on the monopolistic, rent-seeking world football governing body based in Zurich, Switzerland.

Now U.S.-based TV funnyman John Oliver has a superb investigation of these matters – and others.

Cringe, but enjoy it too. This may not be available in all regions, unfortunately.

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