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Why EU FTT hitting cross-border transactions might not be so bad

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The Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) believes the European Commission’s proposed financial transactions tax (FTT) could lead to a significant decrease in cross-border trading of financial instruments. But there are some who think this is exactly why the EU needs one.

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