Tax Us If You Can – the Hebrew edition

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TUIYC HebrewWe are delighted to announce that Tax Us If You Can, one of our flagship publications introducing and explaining tax justice, has been translated into Hebrew. It is available here, and you’ll be able to access it permanently on our reports page.

The translation was written by TJN Israel at the College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan (in collaboration with the Corporate Social Responsibility Institute at the College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan). Hard copies are also available.

It was made in order to promote tax justice issues in Israel.


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