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EUROPEAN BUSINESS NEWS

EU seeks to unleash crackdown on tax evasion

European finance ministers bid Tuesday to unlock a trillion-euro annual crackdown on tax evasion, under pressure from EU leaders looking for new measures to boost job creation and growth at their Brussels summit next week.

EU seeks to unleash crackdown on tax evasion

European finance ministers bid Tuesday to unlock a trillion-euro annual crackdown on tax evasion, under pressure from EU leaders looking for new measures to boost job creation and growth at their Brussels summit next week.

Britain’s Tories to propose EU referendum law

Britain's Conservative Party will on Tuesday propose laws to force an in-out referendum on the country's membership of the European Union to be held by the end of 2017, the party confirmed.

Britain’s Tories to propose EU referendum law

Britain's Conservative Party will on Tuesday propose laws to force an in-out referendum on the country's membership of the European Union to be held by the end of 2017, the party confirmed.

Better US Economy Throws Wrench in Currency Markets

For a long time, the dollar didn't get much respect, but now that it's standing tall again, it's become a key focus for markets.

Germany threatens new EU bailout plans

Germany's finance minister warned that only EU treaty change would create the legal framework needed to allow the formation of a single bailout agency for its ailing banks, in an article for Monday's Financial Times.

Germany threatens new EU bailout plans

Germany's finance minister warned that only EU treaty change would create the legal framework needed to allow the formation of a single bailout agency for its ailing banks, in an article for Monday's Financial Times.

Britain’s Tories to propose EU referendum law

Britain's Conservative Party will on Tuesday propose laws to force an in-out referendum on the country's membership of the European Union to be held by the end of 2017, the party confirmed.

Slovenia yet to dispel bailout concerns, warns EU’s Rehn

The European Union's top economic official warned Monday that Slovenia may not have done enough to escape becoming the eurozone's sixth bailout case.

Austria warns against arms shipments to Syrian rebels

Austria has warned its 26 European Union partners in a letter against providing weapons for rebel movements in the Syrian conflict, said a press report to be published Tuesday.

UK VAT refunds on Fleming claims subject to Corporation Tax

The UK’s Upper Tribunal court has ruled that Corporation Tax is due on any repayments of VAT from the UK’s HMRC as a result of the Fleming VAT case.  This concerned a case in 2009 involving a car dealer who challenged the UK’s decision to change the time it would refund overpaid VAT from six years to three years.  This left the UK VAT authorities with a bill of over £8 billion.

The Tax Court has held that both the capital refunds plus any interest were both subject to UK CT.  One of the reasons for this decision was that the appellant was not actually the original tax paper; instead it was part of the same VAT group.

It is likely that the case will proceed to the next court of appeal.

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US Hedge Funds Turn Bullish on the Euro

The U.S. smart money is seeking opportunity in Europe, believing disaster has been averted, The Financial Times reports.

Rehn warns touch and go on Slovenia bailout concerns

The EU's top economic official warned Monday that Slovenia may not have done enough to escape becoming the eurozone's sixth bailout case.

Cameron: ‘no exceptions’ in US-EU free trade talks

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that all subjects and products should be up for discussion in coming negotiations on the proposed US-EU free trade area.

Cameron: ‘no exceptions’ in US-EU free trade talks

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday that all subjects and products should be up for discussion in coming negotiations on the proposed US-EU free trade area.