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Financial Transaction Tax: Myth-busting

15 March, 2012
Stamp Out Poverty
A financial transactions tax - also known as a Robin Hood Tax - is winning more and more support as a means to generate substantial new reventue to fund quality public services and sustainable development. It is also an important step towards tax fairness.

The costs of the near financial meltdown and continuing economic crisis have been huge, points out this new 'myth-busting' research document, prepared by Stamp Out Poverty and translated by PSI, to address some of the myths about the FTT.


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