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The Robin Hood Tax

Proposals for fighting global poverty and promoting sustainable development


A tax on currency transactions, otherwise known as a Tobin Tax” could stabilise financial markets as well raising money for international development.

Taxing the trade in currencies is now widely recognized as a plausible solution to ending world poverty. This expert report investigates how the revenues from the Tobin Tax could feasibly end global poverty.

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