A Glimmer of hope - The test of "Knowledge and means of knowledge" VAT


Civilization and Balance in the courts - Telecommunications (Knowledge and means of knowledge)

In courts a level of common sense is required in the application of establishing a principle, carefully the facts of each case,by theoretical and conceptual arguments. Exaggerated claims, whether for schemes of tax avoidance or for openness in government, should be realistic and rooted in principle.

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