Hong Kong’s stamp tax increase proposal offers FTT lessons to Europe and the US (Premium)

The experience of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange is the latest example of how raising or changing financial transactions taxes can damage market liquidity. In spite of a genuine need for governments to increase revenues, FTTs create negative shock waves that threaten what exchanges and economies do best; there are other approaches to taxation that hurt less.
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