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“This is just more of the same from the unelected bureaucrats at the OECD. International tax collectors are determined to abolish tax competition by any means possible.” Read more
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The Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation (CF&P) is proud to present a new economics video series entitled “Hotnomics.” Hotnomics heats up Economics while breaking down complex topics in a fun and entertaining format. It’s definitely not your typical economics class!
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This article appeared in The Daily Caller.
Opponents of tax competition have long argued that the need to combat tax evasion justified aggressive and counter-productive policies designed to eviscerate tax competition, financial privacy, and fiscal sovereignty.
The issue of taxing powers and direct funding has become an important issue because international organizations are challenging the contribution model and pushing for independent sources of revenue.