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  • CGT — (Capital Gains Tax)When you sell a capital asset such as a property or shares, the profit is treated as a capital gain rather than income and is subject to Capital Gains Tax. This is the difference between the base cost (i.e. the acquisition… …   Law dictionary

  • CGT — can refer to:* Capital gains tax * Creatine Glutamine Taurine * Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, otherwise known as the French Line * General Confederation of Labour, referring to the name of various labour unions located in French, Spanish… …   Wikipedia

  • CGT — Capital Gains Tax (Business » General) * Confederación General de Trabajadores (International » Spanish) * Compensated Gross Tonnage (Miscellaneous » Unit Measures) * Canada and Gulf Terminal Railway (Regional » Railroads) * Confédération… …   Abbreviations dictionary

  • capital gains group — CGT group A company and its 75% owned UK subsidiaries (as measured by ordinary share capital). Ownership can be traced through non resident companies (which are not group members themselves). Anti avoidance provisions exist to deny membership to… …   Law dictionary

  • interest group — a group of people drawn or acting together in support of a common interest or to voice a common concern: Political interest groups seek to influence legislation. [1905 10] * * * ▪ political science Introduction also called  special interest group …   Universalium

  • capital gains tax — (CGT) When you sell a capital asset such as a property or shares, the profit is treated as a capital gain rather than income and is subject to Capital Gains Tax. This is the difference between the base cost (i.e. the acquisition cost) and the… …   Law dictionary

  • capital assets — Assets which are held other than as trading assets. + capital assets USA All property held by a taxpayer unless specifically excluded under the IRC (IRC § 1221(a)). The following types of property are generally excluded from the definition of… …   Law dictionary

  • General Confederation of Labour (Argentina) — CGT Full name General Confederation of Labour of the Argentine Republic Native name Confederación General del Trabajo de la República Argentina Founded September 27, 1930 Members 3,000,000 …   Wikipedia

  • Confederación General del Trabajo — (CGT)    / General Labor Confederation    The principal labor confederation in Argentina. Founded in 1930, the CGT was originally under the control of leftists but was absorbed into the Peronist movement during the administration of Juan Perón… …   Historical Dictionary of the “Dirty Wars”

  • Confédération Générale du Travail — (CGT)    Formed in 1895, the Confédération Générale du Travail (General Confederation of Workers) remains the largest trade union association in France, numbering over two million members. Fierce advocates of Syndicalism, the CGT has sought to… …   Historical dictionary of Marxism

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