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Pigeon Post

Posted on February 16th, by Global Tax Weekly in Offshore. No Comments

I suppose it’s positive that Italy has removed San Marino from its black-list of low-tax countries. Not sure though whether it’s quite as positive that Italy removed its Prime Minister in the same week. They are comparing Matteo Renzi to Tony Blair, but it remains to be seen whether “New Labour” is a concept that will turn out to have wheels in Italy’s moribund polity. Anyway he’s Mayor of Florence, where he has done a good job of removing pigeons from the Piazza della Signoria. Let’s hope it’s a bit more permanent than Red Ken’s attack on “flying rats” in Trafalgar Square in London. If he does succeed in removing blood-sucking political vampires from Italy’s public spaces then Renzi will deserve a statue. Ci vediamo! Meanwhile, back to San Marino, which used to be a thriving Italian Monaco, but has … Read More »





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