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France and Germany want 'Robin Hood' tax deal before May

20.02.14 @ 09:30

  1. By EUOBSERVER

France and Germany on Wednesday announced plans to reach a deal before May on how to best impose a financial transaction tax. Eleven member states have signed up to the scheme, which would tax shares and bonds. The European Commission said it could generate revenues of €30-35 billion a year.

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