Making a profit is fine, but making a fortune by having your products made by underpaid workers in countries with no or hardly any labour or environmental laws is nothing to look up to.
Misleading investors and consumers is not either.
Our idea of paradise is quite different. It is not fiscal at all.
We hope our messages will make you get the feel of what we consider to be more like paradise.
Maybe the “inhabitants” of fiscal paradises will want to leave them as they come to value other things more than loads of money.
Many politicians and economists still think the world of capitalism, even when the rest of the population can feel that this stubborn attitude is leading to enormous problems the world cannot bear much longer.
Most rich countries spend less than 0.7 percent
of their income on development aid.
Many of them spend much more money
on weapons and on destruction.
Is it because it is more directly profitable?
If you had a rich neighbour
and you were poor and had nothing,
would you not be desperate?