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BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79X7J
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court, in Baltimore
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion, related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79X78
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court, in Baltimore
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion, related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79X4K
November 21, 2019
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur arrives at the U.S. District Court for the arraignment hearing of former Baltimore...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur arrives at the U.S. District Court, in Baltimore
U.S. Attorney Robert Hur arrives at the U.S. District Court for the arraignment hearing of former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, charged with wire fraud and tax evasion related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S., November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79X4D
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court, in Baltimore
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh leaves the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79X3L
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh departs the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh departs the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh departs the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79X3J
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh departs the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh departs the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh departs the U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79W3H
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79W2A
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
BALTIMORE-CRIME/
RTX79W27
November 21, 2019
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh (C, hidden) arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire...
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh (C, hidden) arrives at U.S. District Court after she was charged with wire fraud and tax evasion related to sales of a self-published children's book, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. November 21, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TAX
RTX75HGS
October 01, 2019
A man chooses goods underneath banners notifying the rise in the national sales tax at a store in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
A man chooses goods underneath banners notifying the rise in the national sales tax at a store in Tokyo...
A man chooses goods underneath banners notifying the rise in the national sales tax at a store in Tokyo, Japan September 25, 2019. Picture taken September 25, 2019. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TAX
RTX75HGR
October 01, 2019
A female staffer types sales data into an iPad-style cash register, with a notice circled in red that...
Tokyo, Japan
A female staffer types sales data into an iPad-style cash register, with a notice circled in red that...
A female staffer types sales data into an iPad-style cash register, with a notice circled in red that reads 'tax excluded', at Fri-tei restaurant in Tokyo, Japan September 20, 2019. Picture taken September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Tetsushi Kajimoto
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TAX-CONSUMPTION
RTX75GCV
October 01, 2019
A man chooses goods underneath banners notifying the rise in the national sales tax at a store in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
A man chooses goods underneath banners notifying the rise in the national sales tax at a store in Tokyo...
A man chooses goods underneath banners notifying the rise in the national sales tax at a store in Tokyo, Japan September 25, 2019. Picture taken September 25, 2019. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
PAKISTAN-BUDGET/
RTX6YUTZ
June 11, 2019
Businessmen and traders carry black flags and banners against the proposed imposition of sales tax on...
Karachi, Pakistan
Businessmen and traders carry black flags and banners against the proposed imposition of sales tax on...
Businessmen and traders carry black flags and banners against the proposed imposition of sales tax on export industry, during a protest in Karachi, Pakistan June 10, 2019. Picture taken June 10, 2019. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
EU-MONEYLAUNDERING/PARLIAMENT
RTS2F37B
March 27, 2019
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese...
Vittoriosa, Malta
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese...
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat selling Maltese passports close to Malta's Freedom Monument, after the European Parliament urged EU member states to end programmes to sell passports, and accused Malta and six other EU countries of acting as tax havens, in Vittoriosa, Malta March 27, 2019. The installation reads, 'Sale, sale, sale - we're selling your children's future.' REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
EU-MONEYLAUNDERING/PARLIAMENT
RTS2F37A
March 27, 2019
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese...
Vittoriosa, Malta
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese...
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat selling Maltese passports close to Malta's Freedom Monument, after the European Parliament urged EU member states to end programmes to sell passports, and accused Malta and six other EU countries of acting as tax havens, in Vittoriosa, Malta March 27, 2019. The installation reads, 'Sale, sale, sale - we're selling your children's future.' REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
EU-MONEYLAUNDERING/PARLIAMENT
RTS2F379
March 27, 2019
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese...
Vittoriosa, Malta
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese...
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta photograph their protest installation depicting Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat selling Maltese passports close to Malta's Freedom Monument, after the European Parliament urged EU member states to end programmes to sell passports, and accused Malta and six other EU countries of acting as tax havens, in Vittoriosa, Malta March 27, 2019. The installation reads, 'Sale, sale, sale - we're selling your children's future.' REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
EU-MONEYLAUNDERING/PARLIAMENT
RTS2F378
March 27, 2019
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta set up a protest installation close to Malta's Freedom Monument...
Vittoriosa, Malta
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta set up a protest installation depicting Maltese Prime Minister...
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta set up a protest installation close to Malta's Freedom Monument depicting Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat selling Maltese passports, after the European Parliament urged EU member states to end programmes to sell passports and accused Malta and six other EU countries of acting as tax havens, in Vittoriosa, Malta March 27, 2019. The installation reads, 'Sale, sale, sale - we're selling your children's future.' REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
EU-MONEYLAUNDERING/PARLIAMENT
RTS2F377
March 27, 2019
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta set up a protest installation depicting Maltese Prime Minister...
Vittoriosa, Malta
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta set up a protest installation depicting Maltese Prime Minister...
Activists from action group Rezistenza Malta set up a protest installation depicting Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat selling Maltese passports close to Malta's Freedom Monument, after the European Parliament urged EU member states to end programmes to sell passports, and accused Malta and six other EU countries of acting as tax havens, in Vittoriosa, Malta March 27, 2019. The installation reads, 'Sale, sale, sale - we're selling your children's future.' REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
INDIA-ELECTION/TAX
RTS20759
September 05, 2018
Tilak Raj Bathla, 50, owner of a weaving factory, poses for a picture at a closed section of his factory,...
Panipat, India
The Wider Image: Thousands laid off as India pushes biggest tax reform
Tilak Raj Bathla, 50, owner of a weaving factory, poses for a picture at a closed section of his factory, in Panipat in the northern state of Haryana, India, August 29, 2018. Bathla's tiny weaving factory is one of the few still humming. "I have a GST (Goods and Services Tax) registration, but I can't work as my vendors and buyers are unable to comply with a complex tax structure," Bathla said, adding his monthly sales had fallen to about 250,000 rupees ($3,511) from about one million rupees before the GST. Only two of his 10 powerlooms are currently being used. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi SEARCH "ABIDI TAX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
EU-TAX/VAT
RTX4DZE4
January 18, 2018
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on...
Brussels, Belgium
EU Commissioner Moscovici addresses a news conference in Brussels
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on new rules on setting sales tax rates at the EU Commission's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, January 18, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
EU-TAX/VAT
RTX4DZDZ
January 18, 2018
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on...
Brussels, Belgium
EU Commissioner Moscovici addresses a news conference in Brussels
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on new rules on setting sales tax rates at the EU Commission's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, January 18, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
EU-TAX/VAT
RTX4DZDS
January 18, 2018
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on...
Brussels, Belgium
EU Commissioner Moscovici addresses a news conference in Brussels
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on new rules on setting sales tax rates at the EU Commission's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, January 18, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
EU-TAX/VAT
RTX4DZDN
January 18, 2018
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on...
Brussels, Belgium
EU Commissioner Moscovici addresses a news conference in Brussels
European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici addresses a news conference on new rules on setting sales tax rates at the EU Commission's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, January 18, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BRITAIN-EU/IRELAND-HORSERACING
RTX3CYTI
July 26, 2017
Irish racehorse trainers and breeders fear a Brexit that impedes the free movement of animals could threaten...
RATOATH, Ireland
The Wider Image: Brexit: all bets off for Irish horse racing industry
Irish racehorse trainers and breeders fear a Brexit that impedes the free movement of animals could threaten its success on the track and position as Europe's largest producer of thoroughbreds. Ireland is widely considered the European Union member most at risk from next door Britain's exit from the bloc, potentially cutting its land route to mainland Europe for exports and hindering trade with its key UK market. Few sectors are as integrated as the two islands' racing and breeding industries that, according to Horse Racing Ireland, the national authority for thoroughbred racing, contribute over 1 billion euros a year to Ireland's 189-billion-euro economy. "Our fears are that if there any trade barriers or any tax or tariffs on movement of horses between Ireland and England, that could have a detrimental effect," said Henry Beeby, chief Executive of Goffs, Ireland's leading bloodstock sales company. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "KILCOYNE RACING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: BRITAIN-EU/IRELAND-HORSERACING
INDIA-TAX/
RTS18WDG
June 28, 2017
A banner promotes Goods and Services Tax (GST) clearance sale as customers walk out of an electronic...
New Delhi, India
A banner promotes GST clearance sale as customers walk out of an electronic shop at a market in New Delhi...
A banner promotes Goods and Services Tax (GST) clearance sale as customers walk out of an electronic shop at a market in New Delhi, India, June 22, 2017. Picture take June 22, 2017. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
USA-RETAIL/BORDERTAX C
RTS13BS5
April 21, 2017
A look at how tax on a $100 sale under the current system would differ from the border adjusted system...
UNITED STATES
How the border adjusted tax system works EPS C
A look at how tax on a $100 sale under the current system would differ from the border adjusted system
PAKISTAN-PROTEST/
RTX33ZWZ
April 04, 2017
A fruit cart move past oil tankers, parked during a countrywide strike by the Oil Tankers Contractors...
Karachi, Pakistan
A fruit cart (below) move past oil tankers, parked during a countrywide strike by the Oil Tankers Contractors...
A fruit cart move past oil tankers, parked during a countrywide strike by the Oil Tankers Contractors Association (OTCA), against the imposition of sales tax on the transportation of oil, Karachi, Pakistan April 4, 2017. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
JAPAN-ECONOMY/ C
RTX2EFZH
May 27, 2016
Charts Japan's core inflation showing the effects of the sales tax hike in April 2014 and the BOJ's inflation...
Japan
Japan's core consumer inflation Eps C
Charts Japan's core inflation showing the effects of the sales tax hike in April 2014 and the BOJ's inflation rate target.
JAPAN-POLITICS/TAX
RTSCGNL
March 28, 2016
Paul Krugman (2nd R), Nobel Prize-winning economist and professor emeritus of economics and international...
Tokyo, Japan
File photo shows Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize-winning economist and professor emeritus at Princeton University,...
Paul Krugman (2nd R), Nobel Prize-winning economist and professor emeritus of economics and international affairs at Princeton University, is greeted by Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) at the start of a meeting discussing global economy hosted by Abe at Abe's official residence in Tokyo, Japan, March 22, 2016 file photo. In late 2014, Abe caught markets and voters off-guard when he postponed an unpopular sales tax hike and called a snap election. Less than two years later, the only surprise will be if he doesn't repeat the play. With consumption weak, wage growth limp and emerging economy slowdowns clouding Japan's growth, economists bet Abe will again delay raising the tax to 10 percent from 8 percent. Currently due in April 2017, the hike is seen by fiscal conservatives as vital to rein in bulging public debt and social security costs. REUTERS/Franck Robichon/Pool/Files
JAPAN-POLITICS/TAX
RTSCGNJ
March 28, 2016
A shopper is seen between price boards outside a discount clothing retail store at a shopping district...
Tokyo, Japan
File photo shows a shopper between price boards outside a discount clothing retail store at a shopping...
A shopper is seen between price boards outside a discount clothing retail store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, April 28, 2015 file photo. In late 2014, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe caught markets and voters off-guard when he postponed an unpopular sales tax hike and called a snap election. Less than two years later, the only surprise will be if he doesn't repeat the play. With consumption weak, wage growth limp and emerging economy slowdowns clouding Japan's growth, economists bet Abe will again delay raising the tax to 10 percent from 8 percent. Currently due in April 2017, the hike is seen by fiscal conservatives as vital to rein in bulging public debt and social security costs. REUTERS/Yuya Shino/Files
JAPAN-POLITICS/TAX
RTSCGNI
March 28, 2016
A shop clerk (2nd R) carries a box of shoes under sale signboards at a shoes retail store at a shopping...
Tokyo, Japan
File photo shows a shop clerk carrying a box of shoes under sale signboards at a shoes retail store at...
A shop clerk (2nd R) carries a box of shoes under sale signboards at a shoes retail store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, April 28, 2015 file photo. With consumption weak, wage growth limp and emerging economy slowdowns clouding Japan's growth, economists bet Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will again delay raising the tax to 10 percent from 8 percent. Currently due in April 2017, the hike is seen by fiscal conservatives as vital to rein in bulging public debt and social security costs. REUTERS/Yuya Shino/Files
INDIA-BUSINESS/
RTS8WY7
March 02, 2016
Jewellery shop owners sit in front of their closed shop in Ahmedabad, India March 2, 2016. Jewellers...
Ahmedabad, India
Jewellery shop owners sit in front of their closed shop in Ahmedabad
Jewellery shop owners sit in front of their closed shop in Ahmedabad, India March 2, 2016. Jewellers across India are on strike for three days to protest against a government move to bring more jewellery sales under the tax net, according to local media. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-BUSINESS/
RTS8WY5
March 02, 2016
Jewellery shop owners stand in front of their closed shops in Ahmedabad, India March 2, 2016. Jewellers...
Ahmedabad, India
Jewellery shop owners stand in front of their closed shops in Ahmedabad
Jewellery shop owners stand in front of their closed shops in Ahmedabad, India March 2, 2016. Jewellers across India are on strike for three days to protest against a government move to bring more jewellery sales under the tax net, according to local media. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-BUSINESS/
RTS8WY3
March 02, 2016
People sit in front of closed jewellery shops in Ahmedabad, India March 2, 2016. Jewellers across India...
Ahmedabad, India
People sit in front of closed jewellery shops in Ahmedabad
People sit in front of closed jewellery shops in Ahmedabad, India March 2, 2016. Jewellers across India are on strike for three days to protest against a government move to bring more jewellery sales under the tax net, according to local media.REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/
RTX26BRV
February 10, 2016
A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson browses motorcycle spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson browses motorcycle spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta...
A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson browses motorcycle spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta, Indonesia, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/
RTX26BRU
February 10, 2016
A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson holds a t-shirt during a clearance sale in Jakarta, Indonesia,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson holds a t-shirt during a clearance sale in Jakarta
A customer of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson holds a t-shirt during a clearance sale in Jakarta, Indonesia, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/
RTX26BRO
February 10, 2016
Customers of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson brows motorcycles spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Customers of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson brows motorcycles spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta...
Customers of PT Mabua Harley-Davidson brows motorcycles spare parts during a clearance sale in Jakarta, Indonesia, February 10, 2016. Djonnie Rahmat, the chief executive of Indonesia's sole authorised dealer for Harley-Davidson motorbikes, PT Mabua Harley-Davidson, told reporters to stop distribution of the motorbikes in the country due to weak profit margins, tax increases. REUTERS/Beawiharta
JAPAN-ECONOMY/INFLATION C
RTX24KTV
January 29, 2016
JAPAN-ECONOMY/INFLATION - Update. Chart of Japan's core inflation since 2012, with comparison to show...
Japan
JAPAN-ECONOMY/INFLATION C
JAPAN-ECONOMY/INFLATION - Update. Chart of Japan's core inflation since 2012, with comparison to show the effect of sales tax hike in April 2014. (SIN04)
AUTOS-INDIA/POLLUTION
RTX2130L
January 05, 2016
A vehicle waits to be filled up with diesel at a petrol station in New Delhi, India, January 5, 2016....
New Delhi, India
A vehicle waits to be filled up with diesel at a petrol station in New Delhi
A vehicle waits to be filled up with diesel at a petrol station in New Delhi, India, January 5, 2016. India's top court on Tuesday upheld a temporary ban on the sale of large diesel cars in New Delhi to combat toxic smog in India's capital, but postponed hearing an industry appeal on an environmental tax that carmakers say will hit investment. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX1WPNV
December 01, 2015
A man arranges vegetables for sale at an open-air market in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil December 1, 2015....
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A man arranges vegetables for sale at an open-air market in Rio de Janeiro
A man arranges vegetables for sale at an open-air market in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil December 1, 2015. Brazil's economy shrank 1.7 percent in the third quarter, deepening its worst recession in 25 years and starving President Dilma Rousseff's government of taxes as she struggles with a growing fiscal deficit and a vast corruption scandal. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
AUTOS-CHINA/PREVIEW
RTS83VP
November 20, 2015
People walk past a Audi new Q7 car at the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition...
Guangzhou, China
People walk past a Audi new Q7 car at the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition...
People walk past a Audi new Q7 car at the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition in Guangzhou, China November 20, 2015. China's move to cut tax on small-engine cars may revive sales growth in 2016 only to leave the world's biggest auto market running on empty in years to come, analysts warn, raising the specter of industry restructuring at the end of the road. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
AUTOS-CHINA/PREVIEW
RTS83V0
November 20, 2015
A view shows people visiting the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition in Guangzhou,...
Guangzhou, China
A view shows people visiting the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition in Guangzhou,...
A view shows people visiting the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition in Guangzhou, China November 20, 2015. China's move to cut tax on small-engine cars may revive sales growth in 2016 only to leave the world's biggest auto market running on empty in years to come, analysts warn, raising the specter of industry restructuring at the end of the road. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
AUTOS-CHINA/PREVIEW
RTS835E
November 20, 2015
People rest in front of a Nissan Lannia at the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition...
Guangzhou, China
People rest in front of a Nissan Lannia at the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition...
People rest in front of a Nissan Lannia at the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition in Guangzhou, China November 20, 2015. China's move to cut tax on small-engine cars may revive sales growth in 2016 only to leave the world's biggest auto market running on empty in years to come, analysts warn, raising the specter of industry restructuring at the end of the road. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
CHINA-AUTOS/TAX
RTS2ISX
October 01, 2015
A visitor looks at Volkswagen's Jetta 1.6L model at its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1, 2015....
Beijing, China
A visitor looks at Volkswagen's Jetta 1.6L model at its dealer shop in Beijing, China
A visitor looks at Volkswagen's Jetta 1.6L model at its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1, 2015. China has halved sales tax on small cars to revive growth in the world's biggest automobile market, a move likely to provide a limited boost to carmakers including Volkswagen AG, the company embroiled in a global diesel emissions scandal. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-AUTOS/TAX
RTS2ISW
October 01, 2015
Volkswagen's Bora and Jetta models are displayed outside its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1,...
Beijing, China
Volkswagen's Bora and Jetta models are displayed outside its dealer shop in Beijing, China
Volkswagen's Bora and Jetta models are displayed outside its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1, 2015. China has halved sales tax on small cars to revive growth in the world's biggest automobile market, a move likely to provide a limited boost to carmakers including Volkswagen AG, the company embroiled in a global diesel emissions scandal. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-AUTOS/TAX
RTS2ISV
October 01, 2015
Volkswagen's logo is seen at its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1, 2015. China has halved sales...
Beijing, China
Volkswagen's logo is seen at its dealer shop in Beijing
Volkswagen's logo is seen at its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1, 2015. China has halved sales tax on small cars to revive growth in the world's biggest automobile market, a move likely to provide a limited boost to carmakers including Volkswagen AG, the company embroiled in a global diesel emissions scandal. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-AUTOS/TAX
RTS2ISU
October 01, 2015
Visitor talk next to Volkswagen's Bora 1.6L model at its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1, 2015....
Beijing, China
Visitor talk next to Volkswagen's Bora 1.6L model at its dealer shop in Beijing, China
Visitor talk next to Volkswagen's Bora 1.6L model at its dealer shop in Beijing, China, October 1, 2015. China has halved sales tax on small cars to revive growth in the world's biggest automobile market, a move likely to provide a limited boost to carmakers including Volkswagen AG, the company embroiled in a global diesel emissions scandal. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
PAKISTAN-ECONOMY/
RTX1QL4M
September 01, 2015
A donkey cart moves past oil tankers parked in a compound during a strike in Karachi, Pakistan, September...
Karachi, Pakistan
A donkey cart moves past oil tankers parked in a compound during a strike in Karachi
A donkey cart moves past oil tankers parked in a compound during a strike in Karachi, Pakistan, September 1, 2015. According to local media, a countrywide strike was called by the Pakistan Oil Tankers Owners Association (APOTOA) against the increase of sales tax on the transportation of oil. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L0B7
July 20, 2015
Goods for sale are displayed inside a grocery shop in central Athens, Greece, July 20, 2015. Greece reopened...
Athens, Greece
Goods for sale are displayed inside a grocery shop in central Athens
Goods for sale are displayed inside a grocery shop in central Athens, Greece, July 20, 2015. Greece reopened its banks and started the process of paying off billions of euros owed to international creditors on Monday in the first signs of a return to normal after a deal to agree a new package of bailout reforms. Increases in value added tax agreed under the bailout terms also took effect, with VAT on food and public transport jumping to 23 percent from 13 percent. The stock market remained closed until further notice. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
INDIA-TAX/REFORMS
RTX1IO22
July 01, 2015
A labourer pushes a handcart loaded with sacks containing tea packets, towards a supply truck at a wholesale...
Kolkata, India
Labourer pushes a handcart loaded with sacks containing tea packets, towards a supply truck at a wholesale...
A labourer pushes a handcart loaded with sacks containing tea packets, towards a supply truck at a wholesale market in Kolkata, India, June 26, 2015. For years Indian businesses have lobbied for a nationwide sales tax, hoping to replace a chaotic structure that inflates costs and halts their trucks at state borders for duty payments, and to unify the country into one of the world's largest single markets. But after political compromises that finally got a goods and services tax (GST) bill before parliament, they have turned wary. Picture taken June 26. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
INDIA-TAX/REFORMS
RTX1IO21
July 01, 2015
Labourers load mustard oil containers onto a supply truck at a wholesale market in Kolkata, India, June...
Kolkata, India
Labourers load mustard oil containers onto a supply truck at a wholesale market in Kolkata, India
Labourers load mustard oil containers onto a supply truck at a wholesale market in Kolkata, India, June 26, 2015. For years Indian businesses have lobbied for a nationwide sales tax, hoping to replace a chaotic structure that inflates costs and halts their trucks at state borders for duty payments, and to unify the country into one of the world's largest single markets. But after political compromises that finally got a goods and services tax (GST) bill before parliament, they have turned wary. Picture taken June 26. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTX1IIII
July 01, 2015
Shoppers look at clothes at a clothing store in Tokyo June 30, 2015. Confidence at big Japanese manufacturers...
Tokyo, Japan
Shoppers look at clothes at a clothing store in Tokyo
Shoppers look at clothes at a clothing store in Tokyo June 30, 2015. Confidence at big Japanese manufacturers unexpectedly improved in the second quarter and is seen rising further, a central bank survey showed, offering some relief to policy-makers keen to jump-start an economy appearing to back slide again. Service-sector sentiment also improved for the third straight quarter, indicating private consumption has finally shaken off the slump after last year's sales tax hike. Picture taken June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Issei Kato

EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTR4YSPB
June 24, 2015
A couple cast shadows as they walk past a tiger doll for sale in Athens, Greece June 24, 2015. International...
Athens, Greece
A couple cast shadows as they walk past a tiger doll for sale in Athens
A couple cast shadows as they walk past a tiger doll for sale in Athens, Greece June 24, 2015. International creditors demanded sweeping changes to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' tax and reform proposals on Wednesday, adding fresh uncertainty to talks aimed at unlocking aid to avert a debt default next week. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTR4YSPA
June 24, 2015
A man carries balloons for sale as he walks along a street in Athens, Greece June 24, 2015. International...
Athens, Greece
A man carries balloons for sale as he walks along a street in Athens
A man carries balloons for sale as he walks along a street in Athens, Greece June 24, 2015. International creditors demanded sweeping changes to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' tax and reform proposals on Wednesday, adding fresh uncertainty to talks aimed at unlocking aid to avert a debt default next week. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTX1GZPK
June 18, 2015
People walk in front of a painting of "manekineko", or welcoming cats, believed to bring good luck on...
Tokyo, Japan
People walk in front of a painting of "manekineko", or welcoming cats, believed to bring good luck on...
People walk in front of a painting of "manekineko", or welcoming cats, believed to bring good luck on a shutter of a store at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence at Japanese manufacturers in June rose for the second straight month and retailers were at their most optimistic in over a year, a Reuters poll showed, offering a welcome sign that consumers may have finally shaken off the effects of a sales tax hike. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTX1GZPJ
June 18, 2015
A man walks between discount advertisements of restaurants at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18,...
Tokyo, Japan
A man walks between discount advertisements of restaurants at a shopping district in Tokyo
A man walks between discount advertisements of restaurants at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence at Japanese manufacturers in June rose for the second straight month and retailers were at their most optimistic in over a year, a Reuters poll showed, offering a welcome sign that consumers may have finally shaken off the effects of a sales tax hike. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTX1GZPI
June 18, 2015
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence...
Tokyo, Japan
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence at Japanese manufacturers in June rose for the second straight month and retailers were at their most optimistic in over a year, a Reuters poll showed, offering a welcome sign that consumers may have finally shaken off the effects of a sales tax hike. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTX1GZPH
June 18, 2015
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence...
Tokyo, Japan
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence at Japanese manufacturers in June rose for the second straight month and retailers were at their most optimistic in over a year, a Reuters poll showed, offering a welcome sign that consumers may have finally shaken off the effects of a sales tax hike. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTX1GZPF
June 18, 2015
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence...
Tokyo, Japan
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo
A shopper looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence at Japanese manufacturers in June rose for the second straight month and retailers were at their most optimistic in over a year, a Reuters poll showed, offering a welcome sign that consumers may have finally shaken off the effects of a sales tax hike. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TANKAN
RTX1GZPD
June 18, 2015
A woman wearing a mask walks past a sign advertising a sale at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18,...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman wearing a mask walks past a sign advertising a sale at a shopping district in Tokyo
A woman wearing a mask walks past a sign advertising a sale at a shopping district in Tokyo, June 18, 2015. Confidence at Japanese manufacturers in June rose for the second straight month and retailers were at their most optimistic in over a year, a Reuters poll showed, offering a welcome sign that consumers may have finally shaken off the effects of a sales tax hike. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
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