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Germany’s planned financial transaction tax may yield as much as 11.2 billion euros ($14.2 billion) in annual revenue for the government, Der Spiegel reported, citing a study by the DIW economic research institute commissioned by the Social Democratic parliamentary bloc.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has budgeted 2 billion euros in revenue from the planned levy per year, the magazine said.
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