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24th Jul 2016

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Governments agree to transactions tax starting in 2016

EU governments will tax financial transactions starting in 2016. Ministers from ten of the eleven countries to support the plan gave formal backing to the plan in Brussels Tuesday. Slovenia, which currently has no government, is expected to sign later. The tax will initially apply only to shares and derivatives.

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