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French President François Hollande had been pushing for a 75% tax on the super-rich since his 2012 presidential campaign. France's controversial "millionaire tax" is set to become law, allowing the government to levy a 75% tax on companies that pay ...
CNN Money · 12/31/2013
France will tax salaries greater than 1 million Euros at a total rate of 75 percent for the next two years. President Francois Hollande says the increased rate will help the cuntry repair its finances, and curb excessive executive pay.
Yahoo News · 8/26/2015
François Hollande’s promise of a 75 percent income tax rate on millionaires was a winner on the campaign trail, with polls showing that six in 10 voters supported it. But now that Hollande is president of France, the plan has caused so many headaches ...
Bloomberg · 12/31/2012
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French President François Hollande has instituted a new, insanely high tax on the rich—but he's not exactly at the peak of popularity. The Constitutional Council of France formally approved the government’s “millionaire tax” on Sunday, meaning the ...
Slate · 12/30/2013
PARIS (AP) — It was supposed to force millionaires to pay tax rates of up to 75 percent: "Cuba without the sun," as described by a critic from the banking industry. Socialist President Francois Hollande's super tax was rejected by a court, rewritten and ...
bigstory.ap.org · BySylvie Corbet · 12/31/2014
PARIS — France’s Constitutional Council gave the go-ahead on Sunday to the government’s so-called millionaire tax, to be levied on companies ... a court comprising judges and former French presidents, can annul laws if they are deemed to violate ...
New York Times · 12/29/2013
Supertax to be capped at 5 pct of a company's turnover PARIS, Dec 29 - France's Constitutional Council gave the green light on Sunday to the government's controversial 'millionaire tax', to be levied on companies that pay salaries of more than 1 million ...
The Huffington Post · 12/31/2013
The right-leaning paper gave no indication of the source for its report, other than to say it was "according to our information". A source at Hollande's office said no decision had been taken as to how the proposed new tax rate would be applied. "There are ...
Reuters · ByNicholas Vinocur andMichael Roddy · 9/6/2012