Decisions made by Toblerone’s parents company mean that the Swiss chocolate bar will need to shed some of its “Swissness.”
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The lottery that Slovakia uses to catch VAT tax dodgers reflects fiscal challenges that eurozone countries like Germany and the Netherlands do not face.
In Slovakia, Bulgaria, Greece, Malta and Italy, young people, age 25-34, live with their parents. But not in Denmark, Finland Sweden, and Norway. Below you can see the country stats: The Reasons Pew Research provided some insight about multigenerational U.S. households. In 2012, returning…