Amid hiring controversy, ND focusses on new round of tax cuts in latest bill

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: New Democracy, Parliament, Taxes
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The government has submitted its second tax bill to Parliament, paving the way for income, corporate and dividends tax to be reduced, giving New Democracy some relief from a public sector hirings controversy.

The bill was tabled late on Tuesday after more than a dozen changes were made to the draft that was put to public consultation earlier.

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