‘Tax us more’: Millionaires urge governments to raise taxes to fund coronavirus aid
19 July 2020 | 11:44 am
Over 80 of the world's wealthiest individuals have called for higher taxes on the rich in order to fund the coronavirus recovery. In an open letter, the group Millionaires for Humanity said charity is not the solution.
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