Split starts to emerge over European transaction tax

Officials involved in negotiations for a proposed tax on financial transactions in 11 EU nations are struggling to agree on the implementation timeline, possible exemptions and the scope of the levy. "The member states are divided; there is no unity about what the FTT will cover," said James Hughes, an account manager at Cicero. Many public-affairs experts are predicting that European leaders will rein in the tax.

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