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February 7, 2017

Nobody really knows what the Trump presidency will bring, but one thing is certain: Trump is a very controversial figure who evokes strong emotions on both sides

Two days after Donald Trump shocked the world by being elected as the 45th President of the United States, my wife and I travelled to Argentina for a vacation. Nearly everyone we met asked about the election, mostly saying something like: “What are you crazy Yanquis thinking?” The newspaper headlines in Buenos Aires were extremely unflattering, as they probably were worldwide. Nobody really knows what the Trump presidency will bring, but one thing is certain: Trump is a very controversial figure who evokes strong emotions on both sides.

March 13, 2012

The British government needs to remove the bias towards debt finance and make the corporate tax regime neutral if a culture of responsible capitalism is to develop. 

The British government needs to remove the bias towards debt finance and make the corporate tax regime neutral if a culture of responsible capitalism is to develop.

That’s according to lobby group the Institute for Family Business, which said the current tax system is undermining the efforts of family businesses in the UK to plan for the future and finance growth.

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