(Reuters) Europe plans major scaling back of financial trading tax

Posted by Kendall Harmon

European countries plan to scale back a proposed financial transactions tax drastically, initially imposing a tiny charge on share deals only and taking much longer than originally intended to achieve a full roll-out.

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