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Billions in private World Bank ‘development projects’ harming communities around the world

Development projects funded by the private arm of the World Bank have caused human rights abuses, conflict and suffering for local communities, a new Oxfam report has found. The report, The Suffering of Others, highlights the risk of channelling billions of dollars of development money through third parties such as banks, private equity and hedge […]

Oxfam welcomes government action on tax dodging

Oxfam Australia has welcomed Treasurer Joe Hockey’s announcement today of further efforts to act on multinational tax dodging, but urges the government to use its G20 presidency to ensure that global tax reform benefits poor countries as well as rich ones. Oxfam Australia’s G20 spokesperson Jo Pride said high levels of tax dodging by multinationals […]

The risky business behind NAB’s bumper profits

NAB’s bumper $3.15 billion cash profit announced this morning comes days after an Oxfam report called on the bank to provide justice for families and communities who have lost land, homes and livelihoods because of land-grabbing practices by an NAB backed company in South East Asia. Last week, Oxfam’s report, Banking on Shaky Ground – […]

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