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President Emmanuel Macron's government is to abolish in January next year a so-called 'exit tax', introduced by conservative president Nicolas Sarkozy and which required individuals with more than 800,000 euros-worth of assets in stocks and bonds, or at least 50 percent of the capital of a company, to pay capital gains on assets sold up to 15 years after they left the country.
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