Tanya Rawal-Jindia

Tanya Rawal-Jindia is a researcher at Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research.

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In 2015, Global Financial Integrity (GFI) published a study revealing that in 2013 an astounding US$1.1 trillion was stolen annually—or nearly $3 billion a day—from developing countries due to trade mispricing. (Photo: The Weekly Bull/flickr/cc) Views
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
How Multinationals Pad Their Budgets With the Wealth of Developing Countries
Amazon.com Inc. was brought to court by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in 2017 for transfer pricing discrepancies. In 2005 and 2006, the multinational tech company transferred $255 million in royalty payments to its tax haven in Luxembourg, but according to the IRS these royalty payments should...
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The four bullets that killed Marielle in downtown Rio de Janeiro, which were once owned by the Federal Police of Brazil, have not stopped her from being an empowering source of support for black people and people of color across the world. (Photo: Democracy Now!) Views
Monday, March 04, 2019
It’s Carnaval in Brazil—What ‘Marielle Presente’ Means for Women of Color Across the Globe
March 14 will mark the first anniversary of Brazilian politician Marielle Franco’s assassination—but on Sunday, the second day of São Paulo Carnaval, her legacy as a powerful and empowering black, gay, single mother was celebrated without apology. For women of color in Brazil and beyond, this was a...
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Ricardo Hausmann is both an economic and academic hitman, one who is willing to sell off his own birth country. (Photo: Youtube Screenshot) Views
Friday, February 08, 2019
Ricardo Hausmann Is Taking Milton Friedman’s Lessons to Venezuela
For a few years now, there has been a tendency to compare Donald Trump to Richard Nixon, but the more urgent comparison in the face of the Venezuelan crisis is one between two well-pedigreed economists: Milton Friedman and Ricardo Hausmann. Under Nixon’s reign, Milton Friedman was the “intellectual...
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