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OregonLive · 12/30/2013
A controversial tax of 75 per cent on the highest earners in France has been approved by the nation's top court. A key policy of President Francois Hollande, a new 'millionare's tax' will levied on companies that pay salaries of more than €1million-a ...
This is Money · 12/29/2013
Socialist French President Francois Hollande is only ten months into his first term, and things are just not going according to plan for the guy. His anti-austerity campaign promises to jumpstart the French economy are not seeing any fruition; he’s ...
HotAir · 3/28/2013
MOSCOW, December 30 (RAPSI) - France’s Constitutional Council approved a plan by the country’s government to tax salaries in excess of EUR 1 million by 75 percent for 2013 and 2014, Reuters reported Sunday. According to the report, Hollande’s …
Russian Legal Information Agency · 8/24/2015
PARIS (Reuters) - France's Constitutional Council gave the green light on Sunday to a 'millionaire's tax', to be levied on companies that pay salaries of more than 1 million euros a year. The measure, introduced in line with a pledge by President Francois ...
Firstpost · 12/29/2013
Such rates are far higher than those proposed by the controversial Buffett Rule in the US, which would force anyone making over $1 million to pay at least 30 percent of their income in taxes. France will also increase taxes on banks and oil firms ...
The Business Insider · BySimone Foxman · 7/3/2012
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NASDAQ · 1/1/2015
A hefty tax on France’s top earners that President Francois Hollande had touted as a key measure of his election campaign may be less tough on the rich than originally expected, Le Figaro daily reported on Thursday. The right-leaning paper gave no ...
Globe and Mail · 9/6/2012
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 small scale gold ...
BBC · 12/30/2013
(Yahoo!Sports) France’s Constitutional Council on Saturday rejected a 75 percent upper income tax rate to be introduced in 2013 in a setback to Socialist President Francois Hollande’s push to make the rich contribute more to cutting the public deficit.
World Net Daily · 12/29/2012