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Monday, 18 June 2012

Why Tax Dodging is Bad for Zambia

Christian Aid’s Carlotte Marshall reports on how tax dodging by some multi-national mining companies is costing Zambia millions in tax revenue – making it impossible to repair our failing healthcare system. Campaigners at Rio+20 conference this week will tell delegates how getting international companies to pay the taxes they owe would generate billions in funding for sustainable development.

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