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Germany’s Rich Could Pay $138 Billion in Taxes, Rundschau Says

October 15, 2011

Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- German millionaires could contribute as much as 100 billion euros ($138 billion) in additional tax revenue to help improve social justice and the country’s budget, Frankfurter Rundschau said, citing an interview with Gert Wagner, chief executive of Berlin’s DIW economic institute.

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