Anglistics Study Programme Business English 2 Week 14

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Anglistics Study Programme Business English 2 Week 14 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac.

Anglistics Study Programme Business English 2 Week 14 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac. rs/admission

Anglistics Study Programme Government and Taxation Listening: Government Intervention Michael Kitson is Senior Lecturer

Anglistics Study Programme Government and Taxation Listening: Government Intervention Michael Kitson is Senior Lecturer in international macroeconomics and Director of the Management Studies Tripos at Cambridge University. Listen to him talking about the role of government. • How far do you agree with Kitson about these various forms of spending? • Is he in favour og government interventions?

Anglistics Study Programme Government and Taxation Vocabulary: Different taxes (revision) • Direct tax •

Anglistics Study Programme Government and Taxation Vocabulary: Different taxes (revision) • Direct tax • Indirect tax • Value-added tax • Wealth tax • Progressive tax • Regressive tax • Sales tax • Capital gains tax • Tax avoidance • Tax evasion

Anglistics Study Programme Government and Taxation Presentation: Taxation and government spending Prepare a brief

Anglistics Study Programme Government and Taxation Presentation: Taxation and government spending Prepare a brief talk or a written report giving arguments both in defence of and against taxation and government spending, but preferably with a conclusion coming down on one side or the other. You can use your own opinion as well as those expressed in this unit.

Anglistics Study Programme Economic Development and Competitiveness Translate the following text into Serbian: However,

Anglistics Study Programme Economic Development and Competitiveness Translate the following text into Serbian: However, government debt is still high and budgetary framework and governance need to be strengthened. External imbalances increased. Major structural reforms of public administration, the tax authority, and state-owned enterprises remain incomplete. Unemployment and economic inactivity are high, particularly among women and youth. The private sector is underdeveloped and hampered by weaknesses in the rule of law and the enforcement of fair competition.