Are big corporations paying enough tax?

Do companies like Apple and Amazon pay a fair amount of tax? Some think not. A growing number of companies such as Amazon don’t report much profit, while highly profitable companies like Apple can use legal accounting schemes to shift profits to countries with low taxes. There are possible solutions, but they may not be effective, or easy to apply.

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by UBS
The future of meat

We are on the cusp of a new agriculture revolution – and investor appetite is strong.

Livestock takes up nearly 80% of farmed land globally, yet produces less than 20% of the world's supply of calories, and all the while, the number of mouths we need to feed keeps growing.

A new UBS report (read here) examines the investment opportunities provided by alternative ‘clean’ ways to feed the planet, from cellular meat to plant-based proteins – a market projected to balloon to $85bn by 2030.

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