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4 Apr 2016

Oxfam America

Ordinary citizens are the biggest losers of tax havens, says Oxfam America

"Panama Papers reveal how billions of dollars are funneled to tax havens", 4 Apr 2016

In light of the investigation into tax havens published today by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and other news organizations, Susana Ruiz, Oxfam’s Tax Policy Advisor made the following statement: “We live in a world of plenty but wealthy individuals and international corporations are robbing billions of dollars in taxes from countries, including very poor ones, as they are able to abuse tax havens due to our weak international tax system. Every single year, poor countries lose $170 billion, while 400 million people don’t even have access to basic healthcare, due to tax dodging.   “Oxfam wants people to live safe, healthy and dignified lives. However this is not possible while governments keep open tax loopholes for the few, leaving little money to spend on quality public services for the many.   “All governments, rich and poor, must work to end tax haven abuse because it is their citizens – their electorate – who are the biggest losers. Oxfam calls on governments to penalize banks and any others who facilitate tax dodging, and to rein in countries with weak legislation that allows tax dodging."