Category: Economics

Corporate Exit Tax

The Corporate Income Tax Act (“CITA”) aim to transpose the rules for exit taxation, described in Art.5 of Council Directive 2016/1164 of the European Union (“ATAD”). Exit taxation applies when a legal person (company) transfers assets or activity or its tax headquarters outside or within another EU member-country. The term ‘asset transfer’ indicates the act

The Reasons Why Inequality Between Rich and Poor Countries Is Constantly Increasing

As the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) has recently pointed out, low-income countries with few resources, weaker public health, social protection, hygiene, and problematic public services than developed countries are facing exceedingly difficult situations in dealing with the health crisis and its economic impact. by Trust Economics-https://trusteconomics.eu ©The law of intellectual

How an Economy Adapts to Economic Shutdowns

It is a fundamental fact that anything organic that takes a negative hit, its sensitivity in the first stage must immediately adjust its performance by reducing its activity accordingly. It is then gradually adjusted and when a second or third negative hit is achieved the organic element is fully adapted and works effectively at the

The Eurozone/EU Economy for the forthcoming Decade (2021-2030)

The Eurozone & EU economy equally is expected to start recovering by the end of Q3 2021. But until then the economies of the euro area member countries will be characterized by high budget deficits in their annual government budgets, by high public debts (in some euro area member countries general government debt will exceed

The “Red Dragon” (China) Grows Worldwide

While the Covid-19 pandemic was initiated by China (Wuhan Province) and it appeared that the Chinese government was taken by surprise, the subsequent successful management of the response to the pandemic strengthened Chinese citizens’ confidence in the communist regime of China, increased the national confidence and pride of the Chinese (always comparing it to the

Real Unemployment Risk for the Eurozone (EU) and the US

Real unemployment in both the Eurozone (EU) and the US is the main brake and embankment for expected growth in the US and Eurozone economies, respectively. The figures for official unemployment are a subset of the magnitudes of real unemployment and given that real unemployment is much higher than official unemployment. by Trust Economics-https://trusteconomics.eu ©The

The Inequality of Borrowing Cost Rates in the Eurozone

The European Central Bank (ECB) recently published data on the borrowing rates of households, businesses and the overall long-term borrowing costs respectively for both the Euro area and each of its member countries (Source: ECB, https://data.europa.eu/euodp/en/data/publisher/ecb). What continues to trouble us from the graphs below is the fact that a Eurozone of different speeds appears

Why Investments In Gold And Copper Are Huge Wins

Usually the price of gold rises and the price of copper follows the opposite path. The factor that determines the price of gold is the state of a country’s economy but also in today’s world economy. When the economy is in recession, the price of gold rises. In growth the price of gold is falling.
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