The third attempt was successful for French senator Alain Milon (who belongs to Nicolas Sarkozy’s centre right party) who, after two failures in 2009 anDespite (soft) opposition by the French government, the senator’s proposal was adopted by the Senate and included in the final version passed by the National Assembly on November 29. This annual tax of 0.1%, will be perceived by the French national health fund for employees (Caisse nationale de l’assurance maladie des travailleurs salariés – CNAM). d 2010, passed an amendment to tax the sales of cosmetic companies, as part of discussions on the 2012 law for the funding of Social Security.
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France to tax cosmetic companies