Well Duh #15

Well Duh! Headlines of the Week* #15 - Week Ending (WE) 11/08/2019

"Majority of adults report experiencing one or more adverse events during childhood"

"Corporate tax avoidance remains a global problem."

*) Headlines, Lead Lines or Reports that are so stupid, obvious or ludicrous they hardly deserve their pixels. We offer no commentary - the headline speaks for itself!

Picture: Illustration of corporate structure used to minimize international income tax exposures. From: Nubia Evertsson; Corporate tax avoidance: a crime of globalization; Crime, Law and Social Change, September 2016, Volume 66, Issue 2, pp 199–216


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