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TAX JUSTICE

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Tax Justice Issues in the Philippines’ Extractives SectorLarge-scale mining investments of Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, South Korea and China, partnering with local elites, continue to destroy lives, communities and the environment in the Philippines.

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Philippines’ Illicit Financial Flows: Public Money Down the DrainThe Philippines continues to be implicated in heavy illicit financial flows (IFFs), both inbound and outbound, which have been traced largely to the enduring practice of trade mispricing or the under/over-reporting of trade transactions.

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Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements: The Philippine and Indonesian experienceWith no internationally agreed tax standards in place, tax treaties or double taxation avoidance agreements (DTAAs/DTAs) have been described as “the most important element of the international tax regime, i.e., the generally applicable rules governing income taxation of cross-border transactions” (Avi-Yonah).

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Gender and Tax Primer, 2016 SeptFiscal policies of governments mainly involve revenues and expenditures. JSAPMDD considers these two areas of fiscal policy important for obvious reasons – we need to examine whether governments equitably source funds and whether public spending is in keeping with people’s needs.

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Tax Justice News Briefs, 2015 Issue 2