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ND mulls next tax cuts as it prepares to unveil new electoral law
The year ends with the government considering how it will use any available fiscal space in 2020 to reduce taxes further.
Tax cuts headlined New Democracy’s election campaign and have featured at the heart of the centre-right party’s policy making since it came to power in July. ND has already adopted two tax bills, both of which included reductions to corporate, income an...
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