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Information from the newly-released “Panama Papers” is hurting public trust, according to a top World Bank official.

 

Sri Mulyani Indrawati is the bank’s Managing Director. She warns the information may make everyday citizens less willing to pay taxes. She says this could reduce public money to pay for roads, schools or other government services.

 

Mulyani is calling on policymakers to cooperate by developing stronger laws.

 

The information came from documents stolen from a law firm in Panama. They show how wealthy people and government leaders around the world hide money and avoid paying taxes.

 

Sri Mulyani says the idea of unfairness damages public trust. She says it could also lower the amount of money governments collect and could hurt the economies of countries that need to grow.

 

She says that when everyday citizens learn that their leaders and the very rich have money in foreign banks, they ask why. And they ask if there is a good reason for people to move their money overseas or whether they are hiding something.

 

Tom Cardamone works at the research and advisory group Global Financial Integrity. He says the money sheltered in Panama represents a large part of the economy of some countries.

 

He says that more than a “trillion dollars in illicit money is siphoned out of developing countries every year. This is far more than all the foreign aid and all the foreign investment that goes into these countries every year.”

 

Sri Mulyani says that for real changes, countries will have to work closely together. “Without international cooperation, it is going to be very hard to actually chase this tax avoidance,” she said.

 

Mulyani notes that slower growth around the world is worsening economic pressures in many nations, especially in the 40 weakest.

 

She says work has begun to improve conditions so that businesses create more jobs, and governments can provide basic public services and rebuild social services in countries affected by conflict. She says many of these efforts involve programs to help young people learn job-related skills.

 

I’m Christopher Jones-Cruise.

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From VOA Learning English,this is the economics report.
information from the newly released p papers is hurting public trust,says a world top bank official.
she warns the information may make everyday citizens less willing to pay taxes.
she says this could reduce public money to pay for roads,schools or other government services.
three m is calling on p makers  to cooperate by developing strong laws.
the information came from documents,stolen from a in p
they show how wealthy people and government leaders around the world hide their money  to avoid paying taxes.
three m said that could lower the amount of money  governments collect,that could hurt the economics of countries that need to grow.
tom xxx works at the research group, global financal intergal ,he says the money shelter  in p represents a large part of the economy of some countries.
he says that more than a trillion dollars in illegal money is leaving developing countries every year,this is far more than all the form aid and on that gose into this countries every year,he says.
three m of the world bank says that for real change to happen countries will have to work closely together,without international cooperation, it is going to be very hard to chase  this task she says.
m knows that around the world  is worsening economic pressuers in the main nations,especially in the forty weak economics.
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From VOA learning English, this is the economics report. Information from the newly relist Panama papers is hurting public trust, says a top World Bank official. SM is the bank's manager director. She warns the information may make everyday citizens lose willing to pay taxes. She says this could reduce public money to pay for roads, schools or other government services. SM is calling on policy makers to cooperate by developing stronger laws. The information came from documents stolen from a law form in Panama. They show how wealthy people and government leaders around the world hide their money to avoid paying taxes. SM says that could lower the amount of money governments collect. That would hurt the economics of countries that need to grow. T works at the research group Global Financial Integrity. He says the money sheltered in Panama represents a large part of the economy of some countries. He says that more than a trillion dollars in illegal money is leaving developing country economies every year. This is far more than all the for-aid and all the for-investment that goes into these countries every year, he says. SM of the World Bank says that for real change to happen, countries would have to work closely together. Without international cooperation, it is going to be very hard to chase this tax violence, she says. M knows that slower grows around the world is worsening economic pressure at many nations, especially in the forty weakest economies.                                                   
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