You Wouldn’t Plagiarize an Airport — Plagiarism Today

In what has to be one of the more bizarre plagiarism stories in recent memory, Qatar Airways accused Singapore’s Changi Airport Group of plagiarizing not a paper, an idea or a proposal, but an airport. The accusation was made by Akbar Al Baker, who is the CEO of both Qatar Airways and Hamad International Airport.…

via You Wouldn’t Plagiarize an Airport — Plagiarism Today.

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