Taxing world's richest will raise over 2.5 trillion dollars a year: Study

2022-01-20 03:03:00 AM
Taxing world's richest will raise over 2.5 trillion dollars a year: Study

#ICYMI: Taxing world's richest will raise over 2.5 trillion dollars a year: Study

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ICYMI : Taxing world's richest will raise over 2.5 trillion dollars a year: Study

A new analysis by the Fight Inequality Alliance, Institute for Policy Studies, Oxfam, and Patriotic Millionaires found a shocking rise in global wealth among...

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