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, …
A controversial French tax to be levied on companies that pay salaries of more than 1 million euros ($1.55 million) a year has been approved. France's constitutional council gave the green light to the temporary but controversial "millionaire
France’s Socialist president may save face with some supporters by resurrecting a 75% super-tax on million-euro salaries, but his plan to shift the levy from individuals to companies only alienated business leaders yesterday and …
So now President Hollande may have got his way, but what does it mean for France? And, in the first of a series on the future of the media we look at good old short wave radio. We also hear why falling gold prices could spell disaster for …
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If millionaire tax migration were going to happen anywhere, France — a country under actual socialist rule, with a government that proposed a 75 percent tax on high-earners and has shown active hostility to business interests — …
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, …
In France on Monday to be honored with that nation’s Commander of the Arts award, the wisecracking star of the Die Hard films took a very public swing at Socialist President Francois Hollande’s controversial 75 percent “millionaire’s tax.”
The French government says it will press ahead with plans for a new 75 per cent tax rate on millionaires after it was struck down ... aimed at making the ultra-rich contribute more to tackling France's budget deficit. The move was …