Mark Pieth on corruption, inequality and tax fraud – interview by swissinfo.ch at the World Economic Forum
"For fighting corruption, the focus is very much on what the private sector do. And we're turning very much to India and China as places where things are happening."
Basel Institute President Mark Pieth talks to Jessica Davis Plüss at swissinfo.ch about corruption and the private sector's role in tackling it.
Pieth also touches upon inequality, populist governments, tax fraud and the need for tax harmonisation. "Can we worldwide agree on some kind of level or will people escape to places like Switzerland to pay less taxes than otherwise?"
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