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EU citizens overestimate immigrant numbers, survey shows

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The survey, published on Wednesday (29 October) was conducted in nine EU countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom), Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and the United States of America. The result shows the respondents believed that there were far more immigrants in their country than is actually the case. While 10.8 percent of the population in the surveyed countries was born abroad, the respondents reckoned it was 24 percent. Italians think 30 percent of their population are immig... Lees Meer »

Zwitserland ondertekent Multilateraal Verdrag inzake wederzijdse administratieve bijstand in belastingzaken

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OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria welcomed Switzerland’s adherence to the Convention, which he said “sends a clear and strong signal that Switzerland is part of the community of states which consider international tax co-operation as a necessity. This signature is an important step for Switzerland to resolve the issues identified in its Peer Review by the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information on June 2011.” Switzerland’s Ambassador to the OECD Stefan Flückiger said: “Switzerland has been committed to complying with inter... Lees Meer »

Crédit Agricole CIB en CITICS kondigen de afronding van de verkoop en aankoop van de resterende 80,1%-belang in CLSA

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With the 19.9% interest acquired previously, CLSA becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of CITICS and will spearhead its global, ex-China, sell side agency businesses. Beijing / Hong Kong / Paris / Amsterdam – 31 July 2013: CITICS and Crédit Agricole CIB have the pleasure to jointly announce today that all the conditions precedent to the acquisition of the remaining 80.1% stake in CLSA have been satisfied or waived. The acquisition was completed on 31 July 2013, making CLSA a wholly owned subsidiary of CITICS. CITICS becomes the first China b... Lees Meer »

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