The extreme dangers of a deposit tax
AbstractCyprus and other economically beleaguered nations should avoid deposit taxes and instead attempt to reassure their citizens of the security of their bank deposits if they hope to rebuild their economies.
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Date of creation: Mar 2013
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Cyprus; banking; Economic outlook; Eurozone crisis;
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