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The Green Tax Revolution Europe Needs

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European policymakers need to bolster short-term demand while simultaneously accelerating the shift toward carbon neutrality. The solution lies in a bold green tax reform, combined with generous compensation via the tax and benefits system and cheap funding to help firms and households ...

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The Green Tax Revolution Europe Needs

The Green Tax Revolution Europe Needs

European policymakers need to bolster short-term demand while simultaneously accelerating the shift toward carbon neutrality. The solution lies in a bold green tax reform, combined with ...

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