BUCHAREST, Romania – Romania’s coalition government plans a series of tax rises from the next year, including increasing dividend and property taxes, which are expected to boost budget by 13.4 billion lei ($2.82 billion), a draft bill showed on Tuesday. Some of the changes, including higher excise duties on cigarettes and alcohol, will apply from … More Romanian Government Plans Tax Hikes To Boost Budget
LUGANO, Switzerland – Switzerland has give a cool response to calls from Ukraine’s prime minister to use frozen assets of ultra – wealthy Russians to help fund his country’s $750 billion reconstruction project. Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmygal told a conference in in Lugano that $300 – $500 billion of Russian assets had been frozen … More Swiss Give Cool Reply To Ukraine Call For Seizing Russian Assets
AMSTERDAM – For at least two decades, a painting of fishing boats under an overcast sky hung on the wall of the Dutch parliament, admired by lawmakers who gave little through to its origins. Now, experts are looking at whether the 19th century masterpiece by Hendrik Willem Mesdag, ‘Fishing Boasts off the Coast’ may be … More Dutch Review Government Art Collection For Possible Nazi Plunder
PARIS, France – Cryptocurrency companies will need a licence and customer safeguards to issue and sell digital tokens in the European Union under groundbreaking new rules agreed by the bloc to tame a volatile ‘Wild West’ market. Globally, crypto assets are largely unregulated, with national operators in the EU only required to show controls for … More EU Agrees Rules To Tame ‘Wild West’ Crypto Market
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