10 things to do this week

10.12 - 17.12 2019
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Win “Scala” tix

17.12.2019

The Escher Theater has given Delano tickets to pass on to our readers for Yoann Bourgeois’s breathtaking dance show.

Stock option reform quietly put on back burner

News Business 24.10.2017 Martine Huberty
Finance minister Pierre Gramegna has abandoned his proposal to reform the stock options regime, which allows high earners to pay less taxes by buying stock options in the company they work for.Archive photo: Gramegna and Michel Wurth, chair of the business association UEL, at the Fedil new year reception in 2016

Finance minister Pierre Gramegna has abandoned his proposal to reform the stock options regime, which allows high earners to pay less taxes by buying stock options in the company they work for.

Archive photo: Gramegna and Michel Wurth, chair of the business association UEL, at the Fedil new year reception in 2016

Photo: Maison Moderne

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Stock option reform in line with UEL demands