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Report: Tax richest 0.5%, raise €213bn for EU coffers

Summary by Ground News
A 1.7-3.5 percent tax on the richest 0.5% of the European population would raise about €213bn a year. The figure would rise to €272.8bn if combined with the fight against tax avoidance by the super-rich in secretive jurisdictions, such as Bermuda or the Cayman Islands. Ireland, Luxembourg, and Germany lose the most tax revenue to those who hide their wealth in tax havens.

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