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Apple in Ireland: Just the Tip of a Giant Iceberg?

José Miguel Anjos is a Law graduate of the University of Minho, Portugal. He has been a delegate at the Euro-Ibero-American Youth Forum, organised by the European Youth Parliament Portugal, and currently acts as the President of the Law Students… Continue Reading →

Money for Nothing in France

By Henri Erti. Originally published on 2013/04/20 Liberté, égalité, fraternité. The famous motto to presumably epitomize the correct model and stage of societal and economic development. Admittedly, a great portion of the Western world owes their success and progress to this powerful ideology…. Continue Reading →

The EU heading towards a financial transactions tax?

By Atanaska Varbanova. Originally published on Feb 24th, 2012 The pos­sible imple­ment­a­tion of a com­mon sys­tem on tax­ing fin­an­cial trans­ac­tions on EU level in the middle of the loom­ing euro crisis may seem to some like a res­cue plan, but… Continue Reading →

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