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  • Tuesday, September 13, 2011

    Top rates of tax are on the rise across Europe as governments look to those with the broadest shoulders to bear the increasingly heavy burden of government debt which is weighing down several European Union member states.
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  • Monday, September 5, 2011

    Yoshihiko Noda has become Japan's sixth Prime Minister in six years since Junichiro's Koizumi's five-year spell as PM ended in 2006, a revolving door of leaders indicative of the political elite's failure to get to grips with the country's deep-seated fiscal problems which have piled up following two decades of economic stagnation.
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  • Advantage Canada
    By Editorial
    Tuesday, August 23, 2011

    Advantage Canada: Building a Strong Economy for Canadians', was the name of the long-term economic plan announced by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty in November 2006 which targeted the elimination of Canada's total government net debt within a generation while reducing taxes across the board. While the financial crisis may have knocked the government off course somewhat, much progress has still been made towards the latter objective.
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  • Breaking the Code
    By Editorial
    Monday, August 22, 2011

    With Congress having brokered a last minute deal to raise the debt limit, work can begin in earnest on reforming the United States' dysfunctional tax system when lawmakers return from the Congressional recess.
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  • Swiss Deal
    By Editorial
    Friday, August 19, 2011

    A landmark tax deal designed to resolve long-standing antagonisms between Germany and Switzerland was reached earlier this month, and similar agreements between the Swiss and other nations are expected to follow, although this is unlikely to be the end game in the on-going campaign by the high tax nations to end banking secrecy.
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  • Taxes On The Rise in Austerity Europe
    By Editorial
    Thursday, August 18, 2011

    The debt crisis in the eurozone, which seems to worsen by the day, has prompted a fresh wave of austerity measures across the European Union in recent days as governments seek new revenues to replenish rapidly-emptying national treasuries, resulting in proposals for new or higher taxes in several member states.
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