November 24, 2017

EC presents financial transaction tax proposal

The European Commission has formally proposed a financial transaction tax on all EU member states which would rise about 57bn Euros a year and would come into effect at the start of 2014. Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso declared that banks must “make a contribution” as Europe faced its “greatest challenge”. According to the commission, the tax was “to ensure that the financial sector makes a fair contribution at a time of fiscal consolidation in the member states”. A spokesperson for the UK Treasury said it would “absolutely resist” any tax that was not introduced globally. “We would not do anything that is not in the UK’s interests,” he said. City of London officials have said that about 80% of any Europe-wide financial tax would come from London.

Source: Bucharest Herald (read more)

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