After a number of well-known public figures admitted to dodging the tax authorities in Germany, it seems ordinary Germans are taking a more honest path as well.
During production of the film 'The Mia San Mia Phenomenon,' Uli Hoeness, president of Bayern Munich, spoke with DW about his life and his role at the club. And admitted that he cannot speak as freely as he used to.
Germany is the biggest loser when it comes to profit transfers to tax havens. But according to international tax expert Gabriel Zucman from UC Berkeley, the eurozone's biggest economy could change this quickly.
For years European governments have allegedly been complicit in money laundering and tax evasion schemes. So what can be done to crack down on dirty money offenders?
During the filiming of the documentary The Mia San Mia Phenomenon, Oliver Kahn told DW what makes Bayern Munich such a unique club. He says that the perceived 'arrogance' of Bayern doesn't always win friends.
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