France's "millionaire tax" of 75 percent has been approved by the nation's Constitutional Court, giving French President Francois Hollande the green light to implement his progressive economic policy. The temporary 75 percent tax was …
PARIS (Reuters) - 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 euros (837 thousand pounds) a …
France's controversial "millionaire tax" is set to become law, allowing the government to levy a 75% tax on companies that pay salaries in excess of €1 million. The tax was approved by France's constitutional council on Sunday after an …
Back in 2012, France's President Hollande made good on a campaign promise and imposed a 75% tax on millionaires. There were some high-profile rich Frenchmen who exited the country, including Bernard Arnault, the chief executive of …
A "millionaire's tax" which imposes a top tax rate of 75% has been ruled legal in France. The tax was a pre-election pledge by socialist president Francois Hollande, who swore the rich would help pull France out of its economic crisis, …
The Constitutional Council, the highest court in France, has approved a 75 percent income tax rate – the so-called “millionaire’s tax” -- proposed by the Socialist government of President Francois Hollande as one of its fundamental …
France’s Constitutional Council on Sunday upheld President François Hollande’s “millionaires' tax”, a 75-percent levy to be paid in 2013 and 2014 by companies on their portion of wages exceeding 1 million euros. The so-called …
PARIS • 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, …
PARIS - 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 euros ($1.38 million) a year. The measure, …