Skip to comments.French business frustration boils over [Hollande to raise taxes; businesses to leave]
Posted on 06/19/2012 6:05:55 PM PDT by Hunton PeckEdited on 06/19/2012 7:00:45 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
When David Cameron, Britain’s conservative prime minister, was relayed on French radio news programmes on Tuesday morning declaring that he would “roll out the red carpet” to French companies escaping François Hollande’s plans to hoist taxes, he hit a raw spot for many of the country’s business leaders.
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Socialists tax more and spend more? Who knew?
Sorry Froggie--if you are "happy to pay 50%," then You think you are of no value.
Come over here and hire us then.
What you said BUMP.
And then are surprised by "unexpected" job losses and decreased treasury revenues. Rinse and repeat.
One advantage that European’s have is that when a German, French or UK citizen works in foreign country..like Asia..they don’t pay taxes in their home country. They only pay taxes in the overseas location. So many European countries move their best and brightest overseas to work on world wide issues and pay them well. The home country still gets a return on them..in the form of their work product and their wealth remittance. None of the socialist states of Europe would work at all without the remittances of their citizens and business’s overseas who don’t pay local taxes.
Where will everybody go when the USA under the Marxists rolls snake eyes?
Qui est Jean Galt?
“Where will everybody go when the USA under the Marxists rolls snake eyes?”
Singapore or some other smart Asian country.