Ahead of a week of summits, campaigners will be making the case for a Europe-wide financial transactions tax.
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog
(17 May 2012)
Last year, the European Commission proposed the introduction of a financial transactions tax, which could raise up to €60 billion annually. While many European economies are likely to introduce such a tax, some, such as the UK are opposed. Ahead of a week of important summits in Europe and elsewhere, Owen Tudor argues that this is the perfect time for pro-‘Robin Hood Tax’ campaigners to push their message.
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