Fiscal Evasion a Large Topic of Discussion at EU Summit in Brussels

On Wednesday, May 22nd, Brussels hosted a summit for the leaders of the European Union (EU) states.  France, alongside the UK and Germany, lobbied for the four-hour session to include an in-depth discussion of tax loopholes and evasion within the Eurozone, alongside the scheduled talks on European energy policy ad infrastructure.  These talks were prompted […]

G20 Summit in Moscow: Consequences of Austerity, Currency Wars, and Taxes

The G20 summit in Moscow February 15 and 16 brought the world’s leading developed nations together to refine targets and plans they made last summer and bring some new economic issues to the table.  The G20 consists of 19 countries plus the European Union, representing about 90% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP), about […]

The World’s Largest Aerospace and Defense Group : Next Time ….

Boeing no longer has to worry, the project of EADS and BAE to merge into the largest  aerospace and defense group to date was aborted last Wednesday. The companies did not press the British Takeover Panel — in charge of the regulation and supervision of takeovers — on their desire to prorogue the deadline fixed by […]

EADS and BAE: A Fusion Endangered by French Policy?

EADS – Europe’s biggest civil aerospace manufacturer – and BAE – a British weapons manufacturer – are negotiating a €38 billion merger deal to compete with American company Boeing and create a leading company in aerospace and defence. EADS is the parent company to Airbus. The French are unwilling to lower their stake in the […]