Our Spanish language tax justice podcast is out! ¡Salió nuestro podcast en castellano!

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In this month’s Spanish language podcast presented by Marcelo Justo and Marta Nunez: (abajo en castellano)

– we go to Colombia, where tax evasion isn’t a crime
– the magical realism of tax havens: how the multinational company Fresh Del Monte exports pineapple from Costa Rica from… the Cayman Islands?!
– what impact did the Panama Papers really have in Latin America? A big scandal? Or a fuss about nothing?
– we begin our story of the history of tax havens from Sir Francis Drake until today

En nuestro Podcast de Justicia ImPositiva de julio 2016:

– hablamos de Colombia, donde la evasión fiscal no es un delito
– cómo la multinacional Fresh Del Monte exporta la piña de Costa Rica desde las islas Caiman
– que pasó realmente con los Panama Papers en América Latina: ¿puro escándalo?, ¿mucho ruido y pocas nueces?
– Y comenzamos con nuestra historia de los paraísos fiscales, desde el pirata Sir Francis Drake hasta la fecha.

Con la conducción de Marcelo Justo y Marta Nunez. Por favor compártanlo, twitéenlo, y difúndanlo por todos los medios que deseen.

INVITADOS: El director del Instituto Colombiano de Derecho Tributario Benjamin Cubides, el ex director de la autoridad impositiva de Colombia, Juan Ortega, Jorge Coronado Marroquín, presidente de Latindadd, el especialista del periódico Pagina 12 Tomas Lukin que investigó las cuentas del presidente Mauricio Macri en paraísos fiscales y al autor de “Las islas del Tesoro”, Nicholas Shaxson.


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Los enlaces para escuchar o descargar el programa (para emisoras la transmisión es totalmente gratuita)

youtube: https://youtu.be/elZTh2du5iQ

Descargar el mp3 (emisoras): http://traffic.libsyn.com/j_impositiva/JI_7.mp3

Tambien para emisoras, aqui esta el trailer del programa

PROXIMO PODCAST DE AGOSTO: El próximo mes, con el comienzo de la Liga de Futbol en España, el negocio futbolero con los paraísos fiscales: Lionel Messi no es el único. El referendo sobre paraísos fiscales que convocó Rafael Correa en Ecuador y la vía politica para luchar contra la evasión y por una distribución equitativa de la inversión pública y la riqueza. Panama Papers en Perú: ¿pasó realmente algo? Y en nuestra historia de los paraísos fiscales, Suiza, los nazis y el secreto bancario.

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Naomi Fowler

Naomi is TJN's creative and accessibility strategist. She also produces and presents the Taxcast, TJN's monthly podcast/radio show, directs TJN's monthly podcast/radio show in Spanish, Justicia ImPositiva and she's currently setting up Arabic and French monthly tax justice radio programmes. She produced programming for broadcasters around the world for 15 years, was Programme Director at a radio station in Central America and has lived and worked in various countries. She's currently based between London, Sicily and Spain.
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One thought on “Our Spanish language tax justice podcast is out! ¡Salió nuestro podcast en castellano!


    All the articles are so interesting. Congratulations for doing reserach about these issues.

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