News Links: The two halves of the eurozone are locked in a broken marriage

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  1. Dave Holden says:

    “What’s all this Financial Transaction Tax fuss about?”

    “The major difference between the Swedish and the UK FTT regime was that the Swedish tax was a domestic tax on international capital whereas the UK tax is an internationally applied tax on domestically registered companies.”