Government Business And Finance

Hungary to give women with 4 or more kids life tax exemption

Feb 10, 2019

Hungary's anti-immigration prime minister says the government is greatly increasing financial aid and subsidies for families with several children

Unicredit 4Q profits soar, best quarter in a decade

Feb 7, 2019

Italian lender UniCredit says fourth-quarter profits more than doubled due to accelerated positive tax effects under new Italian budget law

EU moves to limit steel flooding in due to US tariffs

Feb 1, 2019

The European Union says it's introducing new measures to prevent steel produced for the U.S. market from flooding into Europe due to tariffs introduced by President Donald Trump

As US questions free trade, EU and Japan usher in new deal

Feb 1, 2019

The European Union and Japan have inaugurated a landmark deal they say will boost trade between the two economic powers and sends the message that international agreements still have a purpose in an age of increasing protectionism

Kosovo PM: Serb goods tax should not be linked to talks

Jan 31, 2019

Kosovo's prime minister insists that talks on normalizing relations with Serbia should continue and should not be linked to Kosovo's tax on Serb goods

Italy slides into recession, darkening outlook for Europe

Jan 31, 2019

The Italian economy slips into recession, intensifying concerns about wider eurozone.

EU-Canada trade deal gets green light from legal adviser

Jan 29, 2019

A key adviser to the European Union's highest court says that a controversial element on dispute settlement in the free trade agreement with Canada complies with EU law

US says Kosovo tax on Serb goods hurting its interests

Jan 25, 2019

The United States has strongly advised Kosovo to revoke a 100 percent tariff on Serb and Bosnian goods, saying the duty runs counter to U.S. strategic interests

EU launches action against Austria over child benefits move

Jan 24, 2019

The European Union is taking action against Austria for indexing child benefits to the cost of living in the country where those children reside, saying it discriminates against other EU citizens working in Austria

EU calls for tougher checks on golden visa applicants

Jan 23, 2019

The European Union is warning countries running lucrative schemes granting passports and visas to rich foreigners to toughen checks on applicants amid concern they could be flouting security and tax laws

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