What the UK’s EU veto means for the future of an FTT
As the sole EU member state to veto the Euro-plus pact last week, the UK signalled its refusal to accept the economic harmonisation desired by other states and is now likely to face increased pressure to implement a financial transactions tax (FTT), warn advisers.
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