Ministers in final attempt to rescue savings taxation rules from disarray

  • 06 Dec 2002
Europe's finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to take another week to try and end the dispute about new rules on savings taxation, after Austria, Belgium and Luxembourg said they would not abide by the current draft agreement if Switzerland did not offer concessions on banking secrecy. Denmark, the ...

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