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Mines, gold and taxes in Peru. The Yanacocha case. A new report produced by LATINDADD (Latin American Network on Debt, Development and Rights) questions the tax payments of one of the world’s biggest ...
Tove Maria Ryding, Policy and Advocacy Manager at Eurodad, spoke on Monday, 2 March 2015, as part of the workshop Tax avoidance and tax evasion in developing countries held by the European Parliament Committee ...
Today, Jesse Griffiths, Eurodad Director, spoke as part of the public hearing on Financing for Development held by the European Parliament Committee on Development. The hearing and the forthcoming report ...
The first meeting of the new UN General Assembly Committee for the creation of a new sovereign debt restructuring framework took place in New York from 2 to 5 February. With the old debt crisis unresolved, ...
Eurodad and several members, including Oxfam International and 11.11.11, have sent a letter to the member states' representatives of the EU Council Working Party on Development Cooperation (CODEV). ...
There are now two types of developing countries, and both have become increasingly vulnerable to financial crises in recent years. This is the main message of an impressive and sobering new report from ...
The outcome of yesterday’s elections in Greece puts a new government in power that takes an alternative and proactive approach to ending the heavily indebted nation’s debt crisis. European debt justice ...