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on 3 January 2013
Plenty has been written about this film, so I will keep this short. I think it's mandatory viewing for anyone wanting to understand what's happening in the world today - and what is probably going to happen next. There are many places to go after this film, but one might be the moneyless manifesto site.

NB the film is on youtube for free viewing.

Finally, the tax avoiding behaviour of Amazon is an integral part of this story. Corporate tax avoidance contributes to inequality, to employment, and builds resentment within society. The UK Public Accounts Committee recently said, "At the hearing we were frustrated with the representative from Amazon, who we found evasive and unprepared to answer legitimate questions on the company's structure and the true location of its economic activity." Much more info on Richard Murphy's blog.

Dear Amazon: Pay your taxes like the rest of us.
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