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Trading Paradise

After the Nazi gold and the bank secret, the practices of commodities trading and extracting companies based in Switzerland will be the reason for the next defamation of the country. Large parts of the world trade in commodities are handled by companies based in Zug and Geneva. They are known to pay very little taxes and to defy responsibility for environmental damages caused in the extracting countries. The film shows how this business works and how NGOs try to improve the transparency and liability of these commodities giants.

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After the Nazi gold and the bank secret, the practices of commodities trading and extracting companies based in Switzerland will be the reason for the next defamation of the country. Large parts of the world trade in commodities are handled by companies based in Zug and Geneva. They are known to pay very little taxes and to defy responsibility for environmental damages caused in the extracting countries. The film shows how this business works and how NGOs try to improve the transparency and liability of these commodities giants.

FormatPal
ZoneZone 2
SupportDVD
AudioDolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1
Ratio16/9
SubtitlesFrench
LanguagesFrench, German, English, Spanish, Portuguese, quechua
DirectorDaniel Schweizer
Runing time78
Production year2016
Edition year2017
ProductionA Film Company GmbH
EditorCineworx GmbH
Media number1
NominationsVainqueur du 4ème concours du Pour-cent culturel Migros documentaire-CH
Original titleTrading Paradise

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Trading Paradise

Trading Paradise

After the Nazi gold and the bank secret, the practices of commodities trading and extracting companies based in Switzerland will be the reason for the next defamation of the country. Large parts of the world trade in commodities are handled by companies based in Zug and Geneva. They are known to pay very little taxes and to defy responsibility for environmental damages caused in the extracting countries. The film shows how this business works and how NGOs try to improve the transparency and liability of these commodities giants.

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