E.U. Greenlights Transaction Tax

European Union finance ministers have given permission to France, Germany and nine other bloc countries to proceed with financial transaction taxes that would apply to derivatives and other complex financial products.

  • 22 Jan 2013

European Union finance ministers have given permission to France, Germany and nine other bloc countries to proceed with financial transaction taxes that would apply to derivatives and other complex financial products. Algirdas Semeta, the E.U.’s tax commissioner called the decision “a major milestone for E.U. tax policies.”

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