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The African Continental Free Trade Agreement: Loss of Sovereignty, Lack of Transparency

The African Continental Free Trade Agreement: Loss of Sovereignty, Lack of Transparency Jonathan Cannard | 27 May, 2019 The African Union’s Assembly of Heads of State and Government conceived of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) in 2012 with


How To Tax a Mutlinational

How to tax a multinational  Jayati Ghosh | Original Source: IPS Journal | 22 April, 2019 For some time now, multinational companies (MNCs) have been gaming the rules of the global economy to minimise their tax liability – or even


Southern Africa calls for a binding treaty on the responsibilities of TNCs

Southern Africa calls for a binding treaty on the responsibilities of Transnational Corporations La Via Campesina Southern and East Africa (LVC SEAf) Statement | 03 April 2019 LVC SEAf as a member of the Southern Africa Campaign to Dismantle Corporate


Tackling Illicit Financial Flows and Base Erosion and Profit Shifting

Tackling IFFs & BEPS  AIDC Economic Justice Program Parliamentary Submission| 20 March, 2019 In October last year the Alternative Information & Development Centre hosted a seminar on Illicit Financial Flows and Base Erosion and Profit Shifting. Following this the AIDC


Eskom and case against privatisation

Eskom and case against privatisation Amandla Compilation | 12 March 2019 To prevent Eskom’s looming bankruptcy, unbundling of the power utility has been put forward by government as strategic intervention to save the utility. But this proposal to break up


Rheinmetall Denel Munition’s Deadly Business

Rheinmetall Denel Munition’s Deadly Business By Amandla correspondent | Amandla Issue 61/62 | 04 February 2019 Passion and excitement. According to a 2017 commercial by arms manufacturer Rheinmetall Denel Munition, that is what you should expect when you walk through

 
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