WATCH — Illicit Financial Flows grow poverty in the developing world

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Raymond Baker is the president of Global Financial Integrity and an international authority on financial crimes. He was at the conference on Tax Justice and Poverty in Nairobi, Kenya 21-24 March 2019. Ricardo da Silva SJ stole him away from one of the sessions for an interview. He asked him about Illicit Financial Flows, their impact on the developing world and why it’s important for people of faith to act against these injustices.

Raymond Baker interviewed in Nairobi, Kenya by Ricardo da Silva SJ for spotlight.africa
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