Sarkozy threatens to call for hedge fund tax at EU level

  • 16 Feb 2007

Nicolas Sarkozy, the centre-right candidate to be the next president of France, will encourage a European taxation system on "speculative movements" such as trading by hedge funds, if he is elected next spring.

In an interview with the French financial daily Les Echoslast Wednesday, Sarkozy said he intended to "raise ...

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