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European direct taxes<br />
Table of contents<br />Summary<br />  Input taxes<br />Imposition on domestic aviation<br />Tax on financial transactions<...
Janusz Lewandowski<br />Proposal in september<br />European direct taxes<br />1.	Summary<br />
Today<br />Contributions  from member states<br />Treasury contains 140 billion euro <br />National contributions<br />Pri...
the current financing of the EU-treasury absorb a huge part of the budget<br />European taxes 	The national ministers hasn...
2.	Taximpositionowing to..<br />Imposition on domestic aviation <br />Tax on financial transactions<br />Auction for CO2 e...
Imposition on domestic aviation<br />Disastrous impact <br />Influence the economy	          losses of jobs <br />Already ...
Active in the Netherlands<br />Oneperson: 11,25 euro<br />+ 2500 km: 45 euro<br />
Taxonfinancialtransactions<br />Not a newidea<br />Banksneeds to pay a contribution<br />Financial stability<br />Solution...
Auction for CO2 emission trading rights<br />An important issue <br />Company’s can buy shares on the auction	increase the...
4.      Opponents<br />Great Britain<br />France<br />Germany <br />The Netherlands<br />
GreatBritainsays..<br />Contributions must comes from the member states<br />Exclude European taxes<br />
France says..<br />Additional taxes are unacceptable<br />Savings are important<br />
The Netherlandssays..<br />Alsomakesavings<br />Dangerous to give the European Union power to raisetaxes<br />
5.	Proponents<br />Belgium<br />Poland<br />
Belgiumsays…<br />This system willbe more correct<br />The president of the European Union, Herman Van Rompuy<br />2009	  ...
Polandsays…<br />Taxes may not have consequences for the citizens<br />Not associated with CO2 emissions trading rights<br />
6.	My conclusion<br />A lot of commotion around the subject<br />No majority to accept the taxes<br />Lead to a violent bu...
IftheirwillcomeEuropeantaxes:<br />Saving money<br />The citizenscan’tbesufferforthis<br />More urgent issues like:<br />t...
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  1. 1. European direct taxes<br />
  2. 2. Table of contents<br />Summary<br /> Input taxes<br />Imposition on domestic aviation<br />Tax on financial transactions<br />Auction for CO2 emission trading rights<br />Opponents<br /> Proponents<br />Conclusion<br />
  3. 3. Janusz Lewandowski<br />Proposal in september<br />European direct taxes<br />1. Summary<br />
  4. 4. Today<br />Contributions from member states<br />Treasury contains 140 billion euro <br />National contributions<br />Private means <br />
  5. 5. the current financing of the EU-treasury absorb a huge part of the budget<br />European taxes The national ministers hasn't control about it<br />An agreement in Autumn<br />
  6. 6. 2. Taximpositionowing to..<br />Imposition on domestic aviation <br />Tax on financial transactions<br />Auction for CO2 emission trading rights<br />
  7. 7. Imposition on domestic aviation<br />Disastrous impact <br />Influence the economy losses of jobs <br />Already additional costs <br />Hit the families with childern’s<br />
  8. 8. Active in the Netherlands<br />Oneperson: 11,25 euro<br />+ 2500 km: 45 euro<br />
  9. 9. Taxonfinancialtransactions<br />Not a newidea<br />Banksneeds to pay a contribution<br />Financial stability<br />Solutioncanbe<br />exchange rate operations<br />share operations<br />
  10. 10. Auction for CO2 emission trading rights<br />An important issue <br />Company’s can buy shares on the auction increase the emission of CO2<br />Extra income<br />Janusz Lewandowski European treasury<br />The member states Reinvest<br />
  11. 11. 4. Opponents<br />Great Britain<br />France<br />Germany <br />The Netherlands<br />
  12. 12. GreatBritainsays..<br />Contributions must comes from the member states<br />Exclude European taxes<br />
  13. 13. France says..<br />Additional taxes are unacceptable<br />Savings are important<br />
  14. 14. The Netherlandssays..<br />Alsomakesavings<br />Dangerous to give the European Union power to raisetaxes<br />
  15. 15. 5. Proponents<br />Belgium<br />Poland<br />
  16. 16. Belgiumsays…<br />This system willbe more correct<br />The president of the European Union, Herman Van Rompuy<br />2009 already a proposal from Verhofstadt<br />
  17. 17. Polandsays…<br />Taxes may not have consequences for the citizens<br />Not associated with CO2 emissions trading rights<br />
  18. 18. 6. My conclusion<br />A lot of commotion around the subject<br />No majority to accept the taxes<br />Lead to a violent burdentaxationfor the Europeancitizens<br />Savings on the compensations and wages of the European ministers and their staff<br />
  19. 19. IftheirwillcomeEuropeantaxes:<br />Saving money<br />The citizenscan’tbesufferforthis<br />More urgent issues like:<br />the high degree of unemployment <br /> the high number of bankruptcies.<br />
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