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Tax havens refuse to take the blame for economic woes

Some of the world's most powerful politicians have blamed tax havens for contributing to the financial crisis and have called for them to be abolished. Joanna Faith finds out if these calls are justified or whether world leaders have found a convenient scapegoat.

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