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  1. New Austrian finance minister vows tax reform, less bureaucracy

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    Tue, 2 Sep 2014

    VIENNA, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Austria needs "tax reform - not tax cuts" to help eliminate its structural deficit in 2016, new Finance Minister Hans Joerg Schelling said on Tuesday, less than a week after his predecessor quit in a row over tax.

  2. What If Central Banks Aren't Responsible For Asset Bubbles?

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    Tue, 2 Sep 2014

    Seeking Alpha articles described this process. Inadequate (that is, too lax) monetary policy plays a central role in the Austrian perspective, producing overinvestment, misallocation of capital, and a 'cleansing' process to get rid of the excess capital

  3. Tycoon buys Austria's Essl modern art collection

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    Tue, 2 Sep 2014

    VIENNA, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Austrian tycoon Hans Peter Haselsteiner has come to the rescue of home-improvements millionaire Karlheinz Essl by buying a modern art collection that Essl had tried in vain to sell to the state to prop up his BauMax business empire.

  4. TABLE-Europe Energy Exchange says power futures volumes up in H1

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    Tue, 2 Sep 2014

    is majority owned by German-Swiss Eurex, the derivatives unit of Deutsche Boerse , provides a hub for German, French, Austrian and Swiss power, German gas and European carbon trading. Here are details from EEX (allowing for rounding, terawatt hours

  5. Minister leaves door open for more aid for Austria's Volksbanken

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    Tue, 2 Sep 2014

    VIENNA, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Austria 's Economy Minister Reinhold Mitterlehner has not ruled out giving further aid to part nationalised Volksbanken AG, potentially opening the way to more support after a previous minister dismissed this option.

  6. Austria takes harder line on Russia as EU sanctions loom

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    Tue, 2 Sep 2014

    VIENNA, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann took a tougher line on Russia's role in Ukraine on Tuesday, blasting Moscow's "deception and salami tactics" in the conflict and saying Austria was prepared to pay the price of tougher sanctions.

  7. Austria's Buwog turned off by Berlin property prices - CEO

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    Mon, 1 Sep 2014

    VIENNA, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Property company Buwog said Berlin's rising prices have made it a less attractive market, pushing the Austrian group to seek expansion in Germany's north-west.

  8. Borealis buys rest of Dutch plant from DuPont

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    Mon, 1 Sep 2014

    VIENNA, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Austria 's Borealis has bought out partner DuPont's majority stake in a polymers joint venture in the Netherlands, Borealis said on Monday.

  9. RPT-Austrians say the party is over for business in Eastern Europe

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    Mon, 1 Sep 2014

    ALPBACH, Austria , Aug 31 (Reuters) - For Austrian companies the party in central and eastern Europe (CEE) is over - or at least postponed for years - after decades of investing

  10. RPT-Cavernous Swiss power plant undermined by renewable energy

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    Mon, 1 Sep 2014

    * New projects in Switzerland, Austria , Germany put on ice

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