Tax directors, development, and poverty eradication
As the financial crisis takes its toll on countries in Europe, North America and Asia and with aid budgets under pressure, attention has turned to tax as a means of financing development in poor countries. Do tax directors have a part to play in this? And is there a business case for helping poor countries raise tax revenue? David McNair of Christian Aid of the UK looks at the debate.
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