Germany has plans to tax interest

November 13, 1991|By New York Times

BONN, GERMANY FLB — BONN, Germany -- The German government has outlined a proposal to tax income from interest-bearing investments.

The plan is a modified reprise of a controversial withholding tax on interest income imposed and repealed in 1989. That tax caused huge capital flight and severely weakened the mark against the dollar.

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