Policy leaders’ hours of talk this week failed again to produce a new bill as the pandemic continues to ravage the economy with shutdowns and infections still in high numbers across the country. President Trump said he would act on his own on aid extensions and payroll tax deferral if Congress fails to pass a package. Around the world, questions arise about virus tax relief and the need for more revenue.
Italy will allow tax payments that were suspended during the country’s coronavirus lockdown to be repaid over the next two years rather than by the end of the year, the government announced Saturday.
All trust agreements in Buenos Aires must be registered with the Public Registry managed by the General Inspectorate of Justice, the entity said in a ruling published Thursday.