“And what awful sins did BVI and the other jurisdictions commit to get on the list? Well, the report suggests that their guilty of helping #taxpayers minimize their #tax burdens … In other words, places with good #business #taxpolicy are ostensibly bad because #politicians have less #money to waste.”
While my colleagues are stuck in the cold of Washington for inauguration week, I’m enjoying a few days in the Caribbean. More specifically, I’m sharing my views today on Trump and the global economy at the annual Business Outlook Conference in the British Virgin Islands.
But it’s fortuitous that I’m here for reasons other than the weather. This is a good opportunity to expose Oxfam. Many people have a vague impression that this group is a well-meaning charity that seeks to help lift up poor people.
If you take a close look at the organization’s activities, however, you’ll see that it’s become a left-wing pressure group.
Consider, for example, Oxfam’s recent report on “Tax Battles,” which discusses the supposed “dangerous global race to the bottom on corporate tax.”
Based on Oxfam’s ideologically driven agenda…
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