ActionAid explain how they exposed tax avoidance by a British company in Zambia – video

ActionAid tax campaigner Chris Jordan describes how his team, over the last 12 months, uncovered a complex corporate structure that allowed Zambia Sugar, a subsidiary of Associated British Foods, to avoid paying tax in the south east African state. Between 2007 and 2012 it paid a rate of corporation tax of less than 0.5%. The standard rate in Zambia is 35%