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Why are the billionaires always laughing?

Because they know the corporate media will never call bullshit on their bullshit.

Léonce Ndikumana

Léonce Ndikumana is a Professor of economics and Director of the African Development Policy Program at the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts. He is a Commissioner on the Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation (ICRICT).

 

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Faced With COVID-19, Africa Shouldn’t Worry About Debt, But How to Make Tax Evaders Pay

That is why we are advocating for the introduction of a minimum global effective corporate tax rate of 25 percent.

Léonce Ndikumana ·


Africa Must Raise Taxes to Better Fight Climate Change

Africa is now the most vulnerable region to climate change, although it has only marginally contributed to it

Léonce Ndikumana ·


In America and Around the World, the Poor Will Pay for the GOP Tax Plan

A large cut in corporate rate in the U.S. would be perceived internationally as a full throttle acceleration of the global race to the bottom on corporate taxation.

Léonce Ndikumana ·

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