20 Mar 2016 - 3:17 p. m.
Lugares donde el “impuesto tampón” y el “impuesto rosa” no pasan de agache
A macro shot of a razor blade, I never realised how much detail there is in a blade that you do not normally see.
A customer passes a display at a Primark clothing store, operated by Associated British Foods Plc, on Oxford Street in London, U.K., on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016. Diversification has helped power Primark from its birth in the 1960s as an Irish discount clothing chain to aggressive expansion across Europe and more recently into the U.S. Photographer: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg
A pedestrian holding a pink umbrella passes a traditional red English phone box in the center of Gibraltar, U.K., on Sunday, March 6, 2016. Gibraltar is a 300-year-old low-tax British territory on the southern tip of Spain. Photographer: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg
Energizer Holdings Inc. Playtex brand tampons sit on display in a supermarket in Princeton, Illinois, U.S., on Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Energizer Holdings Inc., known for its battery-powered pink bunny and Schick shavers, plans to separate its household products and personal-care units into two publicly traded companies. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
George Osbourne, Britain's chancellor, speaks during an interview during a Group-of-20 (G-20) Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Sydney, Australia, on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014. Global finance chiefs will use weekend talks to recommend monetary policy is carefully calibrated and clearly communicated as they try to settle a spat between the U.S. and emerging markets over the wind-down of Federal Reserve stimulus. Photographer: Ian Waldie/Bloomberg News ***Local Caption*** George Osbourne
Costumers at Mercado Minorista. Prado, Medellin, Colombia. July 30th, 2014.
People shop at El Hueco. Centro, Medellin, Colombia. August 2, 2014.