By Jim Brunsden
June 5, 2016, Financial Times
Europe’s faltering bid to introduce a financial transaction tax has suffered a further blow as officials acknowledged that little headway has been made in the last six months despite finance ministers in December setting a June deadline for a deal.
Work on the tax, known as an FTT, has been teetering on the brink since Estonia late last year pulled out of the club of 11 countries that had committed to apply it.
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