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Tuesday, October 02, 2007

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Pierre-Olivier

Thanks for those figures and this survey.

We are organizing, tonight (20:30 - Paris Time) a meeting with resident to talk about many things including ths VAT issue.

We asked one of the best Credit Agricole's taxes expert to come inworld and give advices about this situation. (Credit Agricole invested in Stonfield InWorld during Summer, and their are really involved in SL).

I don't know if he speaks english, but I'm sure he speaks french... :-)
As we will be there too, may be we could help to relay some questions from other european countries resident ?!?

SLURL : http://slurl.com/secondlife/Riviera/60/69/27

@Wagner James : I don't want to spam your blog. Feel free to delete if it's not relevant :-)

Interfect Sonic

Or, EU residents could simply pay the higher prices. It will result in products made by Europeans being more expensive and less competitive, but it won't drive out everyone in Europe.

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