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The FINANCIAL – The tax-to-GDP ratio varies significantly between Member States, with the highest share of taxes and social contributions in percentage of GDP in 2017 being recorded in France (48.4%), Belgium (47.3%) and Denmark (46.5%), followed by Sweden (44.9%), Finland (43.4%), Austria and Italy (both 42.4%) as well as Greece (41.8%). At the opposite end of the scale, Ireland (23.5%) and ...

The FINANCIAL -- Fifty-one pilot whales have died after becoming stranded on a beach on the Chatham Islands off New ...

The FINANCIAL -- As Americans return to their routines after the Midterms and Thanksgiving holiday, their views of the country are essentially unchanged. This week President Trump’s approval rating ...

The FINANCIAL -- The Radio Way, a community radio station based in Georgia’s north-eastern Pankisi gorge, reported on November 29 that a Georgian citizen Adam Gumashvili was killed in ...

The FINANCIAL -- In November, the consumer climate in Germany has, by and large, been moderate. Whilst the propensity to buy has in fact been able to improve its already very good position, economic ...

George Bush, the 41st president of the United States, has died at the age of 94. "America is never wholly herself unless she is engaged in high moral principle. We as a people have such a purpose ...

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