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Statistics are updated weekly using participating publisher data sourced exclusively from Crossref. And finally, taxation of interest should be expanded, analogous to the agreement with the EU, to cover the developing countries.

The latter demand was not new; the aid and development policy organisations had already called for it in vain in previous years. The Federal Council had rejected such motions out of hand several times. The idea was left on the shelf and was not followed up. In contrast, various bank representatives launched the idea of a capital gains tax on foreign assets Swiss Banking Switzerland should levy a tax for interested countries on income from foreign assets held in Swiss banks.

This would equate to a further expansion of EU interest taxation as dividends and fund income would also be taxed. This is aimed primarily at OECD member countries, not at developing countries. There were also initial defensive reactions from the capitals of individual European countries and in international press commentaries.

Apparently the idea seems to be rated as an all too transparent manoeuvre by the Swiss banks in an attempt to save what can still be saved. Foreign States would profit from increased tax income from Switzerland but would not have any information on the names of the holders of the assets. Such a capital gains tax contradicts the tendency to improved exchange of information.

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What are potential future impacts on women in your region in the context of a global recession? Which are the most outstanding weaknesses of the region in regards to the economic crisis? The UN Stiglitz Commission and the G20 are trying to identify international initiatives to reduce the impact of the crisis on development. Do you think these global initiatives consider challenges confronted by women, and how to help women in your region face the crisis?

The authors stress the need for public policy measures to facilitate work and family life for men and women, particularly among the population living in poverty that is overwhelmingly represented by children and single parent households. Impact of the Global Crisis on Women in Developing Asia By Jayati Ghosh Policy-makers in Asia tend to see the global recession as a mere blip in a process of continuing and dynamic economic growth.

However, as this brief explores, the crisis has had a significant impact on women in many Asian countries in terms of their varied but overlapping roles as paid workers, self-employed workers, unpaid workers, members of households, and citizens with rights and individuals with needs, wants and aspirations.

The impacts of the crisis on women including rising unemployment, migration, wage discrimination or lack of basic social protection in the female-intensive garment industry have not been addressed by governments in the region.In these cases there are no contractual commitments with respect to tax evasion and tax fraud Alliance Sud Europe Western and Central , Switzerland.

Contrary to expectations, criminal dealings or bribery and corruption payments do not account for the greater part of these illicit flows. Global Financial Stability Report.

The agenda of international discussions is still set bearing in mind the interests of the rich countries.

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