Global collaboration, automatic exchange of info stressed for inclusive growth
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Dhaka, Oct. 27 -- Speakers at a programme stressed the need for global collaboration, usage of digital platforms and automatic exchange of information for an inclusive growth.
They came up with this observation at the third episode of People's Debate titled "Offshore Wealth of Developing Countries: Impediment Towards Inclusive Growth" held virtually on Wednesday.
Economics Study Center, University of Dhaka, and The EMK Center have been organising People's Debate since 2019 as a platform to exercise freedom of speech on pertinent socioeconomic issues.
Professionals gathered to discuss the issue of capital flight, offshoring the wealth of developing nations, tax evasion, and the impediments it imposes on attaining inclusive development i...
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