Our September Spanish language Tax Justice Podcast: Justicia ImPositiva, nuestro podcast de septiembre 2016

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Welcome to Justicia ImPositiva, our third monthly podcast/radio show in Spanish. Bienvenid@s a Justicia ImPositiva, nuestro tercero podcast/programa radial mensual en castellano (abajo en castellano)

This month we discuss: the confrontation between the European Union, Apple and the United States over #AppleTax, a war among titans with significant repercussions for the rest of the world, as well as for Latin America; as the Olympic and Paraolympic games end, we look at how the big winners are the multinational sponsors of these mega-events; in Chile we look at the role of tax havens in Plan Condor, the terrible system that ‘disappeared’ people in the 1970s; and we continue our brief history of tax havens, looking at how the United Kingdom lost its colonies but gained a financial empire, contributing to the the debt crisis in Latin America.

Guests: Markus Meinzer, author of “Germany, the Tax Haven”, Jorge Gaggero, Argentinian tax expert and founding member of la Red de Justicia Fiscal, Naomi Fowler of the Tax Justice Network en London and producer of our sister podcast in English the Taxcast, and author of the book “Treasure Islands”, Nicholas Shaxson.

In our next podcast October: money laundering in Argentina, aka the festical of tax evasion, tax havens and the private pensions crisis in Chile, and the church in Guatemala with bank accounts in the Bahamas. We continue our history of tax havens with the fourth part y en la cuarta parte de nuestra breve historia de los paraísos fiscales we look at the army of British financial ‘islands’ in the Caribbean, Europe and the Far East: from the Cayman Islands to Hong Kong.

Queridos retransmisores y oyentes, este es un breve resumen del Podcast de Justicia ImPositiva de este mes con la conducción de Marcelo Justo y Marta Nunez.

En este programa hablamos:

  • del enfrentamiento entre la Unión Europea, Apple y Estados Unidos por la evasión fiscal de la multinacional, una verdadera guerra de titanes con muchas repercusiones en el mundo y América Latina.

  • con el fin de los juegos olímpicos y paraolímpicos de Brasil analizamos cómo las grandes ganadoras son las multinacionales patrocinadoras de estos eventos.

  • en Chile vemos el papel de los paraísos fiscales en esa máquina de desaparecer gente que fue el Plan Condor en los años 70.

  • y en la breve historia de los paraísos fiscales cómo el Reino Unido perdió sus colonias, ganó un imperio financiero y contribuyó a la crisis de la deuda en América Latina.

INVITADOS: Markus Meinzer, autor de “Alemania paraíso fiscal”, Jorge Gaggero, tributarista argentino y miembro fundador de la Red de Justicia Fiscal, Naomi Fowler, de Tax Justice Network en Londres y productora de nuestro hermano podcast en Inglés the Taxcast, y el autor de “Las islas del Tesoro”, Nicholas Shaxson.

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PODCAST DE OCTUBRE: El próximo mes, blanqueo de capitales en Argentina o el festival de la evasión fiscal, la crisis del sistema privado de pensiones en Chile y los paraísos fiscales, en Guatemala la iglesia con cuentas en las Bahamas, y en la cuarta parte de nuestra breve historia de los paraísos fiscales el ejército de islas financieras británicas en el Caribe, Europa y Lejano Oriente: de las islas Caiman a Hong Kong.


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