Our June 2017 Spanish language Podcast: Justicia ImPositiva, nuestro podcast de junio 2017

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Welcome to this month’s latest podcast and radio programme in Spanish with Marcelo Justo and Marta Nuñez, downloaded and broadcast on radio networks across Latin America and Spain. ¡Bienvenidos y bienvenidas a nuestro podcast y programa radiofónica! (abajo en castellano).

In this month’s programme:

• What are tax havens? Everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask

• Who actually pays taxes in Latin America?

• Chile and the secret accounts of the multi-millionaire ex-president Sebastián Piñera, the favourite to win the presidential election in October – we speak to the journalist who blew his cover

• And, are tax havens a threat to human rights?

Nicholas Shaxson, author of “Treasure Islands”
Juan Valerdi, former advisor to Argentina’s Central Bank
• Juan Carlos Gomez Sabaini co-author of a report on tax policy in Latin America for CEPAL (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean).
Francisca Skoknic, Centro de Investigación e Información Periodística de Chile
• Manoela Roland, director of Centro de derechos humanos y empresas, and lecturer in International Law at the Universidad Federal de Ruiz de Fora in Brazil.



En este programa:

• ¿Qué son los paraísos fiscales? Todo lo que quería saber sobre el tema y no se atrevía a preguntar.

• ¿Quién paga impuestos en América Latina? Nos lo cuenta la CEPAL

• Chile y las cuentas secretas del ex presidente y multimillonario Sebastián Piñera, favorito de las elecciones presidenciales de octubre

• Y ¿son los paraísos fiscales una amenaza a los derechos humanos?


Nicholas Shaxson, autor de “Las islas del Tesoro”
Juan Valerdi, ex asesor del Banco Central de Argentina
• Juan Carlos Gomez Sabaini co-autor del informe sobre sistemas impositivos de América Latina de la Comisión Económica para América Latina
Francisca Skoknic, de Centro de Investigación e Información Periodística de Chile
• Manoela Roland, directora del Centro de derechos humanos y empresas, y catedrática en derecho Internacional de la Universidad Federal de Ruiz de Fora en Brasil.

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• En nuestra mini-serie sobre paraísos fiscales y evasión internacional, ¿quiénes son los grandes usuarios de los paraísos fiscales?

• El caso Odebrecht y Perú.

• ¿Por qué Guatemala quiere salir de la lista de paraísos fiscales?

• ¿Está el tema impositivo en el centro del debate electoral actual? El ejemplo de las elecciones del Reino Unido, Ecuador y Estados Unidos.


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