Hungarian Government Internet Tax Idea Sparks Protests

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) – Thousands of Hungarians have taken to the streets to demonstrate against a tax on uploading and downloading data from the internet. The government is desperate to raise revenue and has already levied taxes against banks, telecoms, and the energy sector in recent years. (Source: Bloomberg)

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