The foreign press wrongly describes this party is far right. In reality it is extreme populist, nationalist in Nazi sense, uses NSDAP-like regalia, advocates nationalization of industries and land, expel of foreign investors, sterilizing gypsies and restricting the rights of Muslims, central planning of exchange and interest rates, prices and wages, getting the country out of NATO and the EU.
In line with Laffer’s curve, the low flat income tax has led to a steady growth in revenues from income tax, because people responded to the reduced incentives for concealing income.
With this in mind, we wish the protesters in Ukraine well and hope that their situation, where the confrontation with the state is direct, visible and imminent, also clarifies it to the rest of the world that the struggle is always there.
The Index of Economic Freedom by Heritage Foundation, the Index of Economic Freedom by Fraser Institute, World Bank’s Doing Business, World Economic Forum’s ranking, IMD’s competitiveness ranking – all these rankings are telling us the same thing: better times in Slovakia are long gone.
Europe is standing at an essential crossroads. The key challenge here is stopping the decline of international competitiveness.
Partaking of public resources in the construction of a new nuclear energy source can result in considerable costs for the taxpayer and energy consumers alike due to high risk of overpriced construction cost and economically unsound operational costs.
So, whose interests does this referendum protect? The interests of those who want to sell their land because they need money? Or the interests of those who can afford to buy more land?
Tonight I would like to draw your attention to the classical liberal conception of the human being. For the sake of wider recognition, I would like to refer to British thinkers such as John Locke, David Hume and Adam Smith.
If Germany introduced the French minimal wage, approximately 8 million Germans could lose their jobs.
It is intriguing to observe the level of oil taxation in each European country owing to the mutual tax competition in the field of transportation.