The group say they have more money than they need, and the extra revenue could fund economic and social programmes to aid Germany's economic recovery. Germany could raise 100bn euros (£91bn) if the richest people paid a 5% wealth tax for two years, they say.
The original story appeared in the Tagespiegel here, but the Goonglish translation has further detail:
Lehmkuhl, since he has this ability to read: on income distribution, taxes, capital gains. About the American Fair-Tax Network, a "social business", where profit maximization is banned as a corporate goal and determine the success of social goals. He dreams of a German equivalent of the American Organization UFA, "are United for a Fair Economy", where 700 "organized Responsible Rich... He has rearmed itself with numbers that prove that there has been in Germany a significant redistribution from bottom to top, and that it here to share surprisingly little.
So, how has NZ fared over the last thirty years? Here's the MED:
Click image to embiggerateThe UNDP have released the latest figures, showing NZ as the
The UNDP NZ report is a very interesting read too. All that high churn immi-emigration keeps NZ treading water.