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France Seeks to Close Loophole on Tech Tax

Last July, France levied a 3 percent income tax on American tech giants like Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook and Apple.…

Greece Sets Sights on Lower Taxes and Debt

Massive strides are being taken to cut down remaining debt from bad loans – a major deterrent in Greek banks’…

Can You Bank With Facebook?

In June, Facebook proposed its own cryptocurrency called Libra, ostensibly to offer an avenue to currency for the cashless. But…

France and Ireland Work To Strengthen Ties As Brexit Looms

With the October 31st  deadline fast-approaching, and political chaos engulfing the UK in the shape of a maverick administration and…

Will the Honeymoon Last? Italy Hopes for Political Stability

Italy narrowly avoided another election. The centre-left Democratic Party and anti-establishment 5-Stars Movement came together to reinstate Giuseppe Conte and…

Greece Marks Major Economic Milestone in Advance of a Month of Financial Planning

On September 1st, Greece achieved an economic milestone. Capital controls imposed in 2015 at the height of the financial crisis…

Everything’s Sunny in Lisbon

Portugal’s looking pretty good these days. Once upon a time stricken by a financial crisis, the country has become Europe’s…

Greece Ends Capital Controls, Signaling Stability in the Post-Bailout Era

Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras announced last week that Greece would be lifting its capital controls effective September 1ST, allowing…

Malta Enterprise: Attracting “Industries of Today and Tomorrow”

Well-known traditionally as a Mediterranean tourist destination, the tiny island-nation of Malta is today increasingly being circled on the maps…

Malta Can Become “The Epicentre of Security Token Financing”

In our globalised world, small countries often share distinct advantages and disadvantages when compared to bigger economic rivals. In particular,…
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