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Members of the European Parliament's economic and monetary
affairs committee today (18 June) set out their position on a possible
financial transaction tax.
The MEPs voted to support the European Commission's proposal for a transaction tax to include a wide range of financial instruments, such as stocks, bonds and [...] Read more
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