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Dolce&Gabbana closes Milan stores in protest

Fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have closed their Milan stores for three days "in indignation" over remarks by a city official relating to their tax evasion conviction. Full story

Amazon criticized over low German tax bill

LONDON (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's main German unit paid income tax of just 3 million euros in 2012 after the group channeled sales to German clients of $8.7 billion via Luxembourg units, prompting one lawmaker to call for an investigation of the company. Full story

Luxembourg's Juncker resigns as spy scandal fells government

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - The Luxembourg government resigned on Thursday, brought down by a spying and corruption scandal that shook the tiny country better known for wealthy bankers than political intrigue. Full story

Luxembourg spying scandal threatens Juncker government

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Luxembourg faced the prospect of early elections being called on Wednesday, with a parliamentary debate about a spying scandal threatening to topple long-standing prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker's ruling coalition. Full story

Euro bailout fund conditions complicate efforts to separate bad banks and sovereigns

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Euro zone finance ministers on Thursday agreed on how its bailout fund can invest in troubled banks, but imposed so many conditions that they may not completely succeed in their goal of separating problem banks from their indebted home countries. Full story

German finance minister expects agreement on principles of ESM bank recapitalization

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Thursday he expected an agreement to be reached at a meeting in Luxembourg on the principles of bank recapitalisation via the euro zone's permanent bailout mechanism but details remained open. Full story

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