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The women's organizations in the developing world can be proud of themselves.There is still a pay gap between men and women doing work of equal value, with women concentrated in informal jobs and jobs without decent working conditions.What the average citizen finds most surprising is learning that these tax abuses are legal.Gender equality cannot be achieved without tax reform for multinationals.This dynamic exacerbates gender equality, because women are overrepresented among the poor and among the demographic group with precarious or low-paid jobs.These measures also have a gender dimension, as women are overrepresented in small and medium-sized businesses (which have fewer possibilities to evade taxes) and at the lowest wage levels.
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