Bruederle Rejects Financial Transaction Tax, Passauer Reports

Rainer Bruederle, the floor chief of the German Free Democratic Party, has dismissed proposals for a financial transaction tax, saying it would burden all citizens and not financial markets, Passauer Neue Presse reported today.

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