With the country still locked in a painful austerity drive to cut the public deficit, the Portuguese government has come up with a plan to reduce
We’re talking tax in this edition of Utalk. Petar in Sofia asks: “I am a small business owner in Bulgaria, providing both goods and services to
Footballers in France will hope for a winning strike of a different kind next month when they protest over a controversial super tax.
In this edition of Utalk, Martin from the Czech Republic posed this dilemma to euronews: “I am from the Czech Republic and am actively looking for a
The people of Greece end the year under foreign guardianship and with tax reforms imminent. It has been their fifth consecutive year of recession
Catalonia in northern Spain will hold an election this Sunday, set to measure just how badly voters want their own free state.
It is a wealthy
Portugal’s parliament has passed the country’s largest tax hike package in decades.
The changes form part of Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho’s
When it comes to the subject of death and dying, many of us prefer not to talk about it. And that is also the case in terms of making preparations
Taxing the rich to give to the poor, or at least to reduce the budget deficit. Some say this is the main message behind French president Francois
The high street in Spain is set for more pain. Everyday living costs like heating, phone bills, clothes and haircuts have gone up in price following
In this edition of U-talk our question comes from Cecile: “I live in Arlon, close to the Belgian border with Luxembourg and I plan to buy a car
The European Union may be risking a trade war over plans to charge all airlines for their CO2 emissions that have doubled in the past 20 years