Ireland to push for a deal on financial transaction tax

Finance ministers could vote on tax next week.

The first meeting of the year of European Union finance ministers, which will be chaired by Ireland’s Michael Noonan, could be boosted by an agreement to establish a financial-transaction tax.

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