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Hollande Prepares Plethora Of Tax Rises

With the French left looking set to gain an absolute majority in the National Assembly after the first round of legislative elections, the government is currently preparing an 'enormous' raft of tax measures to redress the public finances, primarily targeting savings, wealth and top income earners.
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South Korea, US Conclude First Review Of KORUS FTA

South Korea and the United States have held two days of talks in Washington looking at the progress made in implementing the South Korea-United States free trade agreement in the three months since it entered into force on March 15 this year.
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Eurogroup Assured Of Spain's Commitment To Fiscal Reform

Luxembourg's Prime Minister and Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker has recently issued a statement underscoring that the Eurogroup supports the efforts of the Spanish authorities to resolutely address the restructuring of its financial sector and is confident that Spain will honour its fiscal commitments.
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Continued Growth For Labuan IOFC

The Labuan Financial Services Authority has released its 2011 Annual Report which shows continued growth in the key business sectors of the Labuan International Business and Financial Centre.
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Germany's Pofalla Reignites Row On FTT

Ahead of crucial talks on the ratification of the European Union fiscal compact, a new row has ignited between Germany's coalition government and opposition parties, sparked by remarks from Chancellery Chief of Staff Ronald Pofalla.
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