Justicia ImPositiva #10
Welcome to our monthly podcast and radio programme in Spanish, Justicia ImPositiva 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). Our monthly podcast in English, the Taxcast will be out soon, talking to the journalists who got the Panama Papers scoop. Catch up on last month’s here and watch this space…
In the April 2017 programme:
- Multinational companies undermine investment in public services around the world, especially in Latin America. Argentina is the worst of the lot…
- One year on from when the Panama Papers scandal first hit the headlines, what do we know now, what’s happened as a result and what about the case against Argentina’s President Macri?
- How mafias use tax havens
- What are Latin American countries doing to tackle tax havens? We look at new research on thirteen nations. Is Argentina about to turn itself into a tax haven?
Guests on this month’s programme:
- Alex Cobham, director of the Tax Justice Network y co-author of a Wider Institute, United Nations report assessing how much countries lose from multinational profit-shifting
- Veronica Grondoña of EU Parliamentary group Guengl, analysing the impact of the Panama Papers.
- Tomas Lukin, journalist and investigator specialised in the Panama Papers at the Argentinian newspaper Pagina 12.
- Jose Marzluf, researcher at Global Financial Integrity.
- Juan Valerdi, former advisor to the Argentinian Central Bank.
Listen to the podcast here (in Spanish).