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April 1, 2023

PM: Gov’t does not intend to introduce new taxes

PM Emil Boc assured yesterday that the Executive is not working to a normative act which would prepare the introduction of new taxes or the rise of the flat tax or of the VAT, Agerpres informs.

“We are not working to such a thing. It is true that we are preparing and analyzing the non-taxation of the reinvested profit for technologies and research, a measure that must be correlated with all that means the State budget and, from this point of view, I can assure you that all the measures that we take and which show at this moment that they were good will go towards the improvement of the economic situation of the country,” Emil Boc declared at a debate on economic themes.

Referring to the minimum tax, he pointed out that it was conceived by the Government as a measure against tax evasion and that, in the conditions of the economic contraction, there aren’t other alternatives. Emil Boc recalled that the minimum tax is operational, and an evaluation of its impact on the economy will be made in autumn. “We shall make an analysis of the way in which it appears in the economic activity and if it reached its purpose. We shall make these evaluations in autumn,” PM concluded.

The Government has done what it had to do in these difficult period, and the measures which were taken came to limit the effects of the crisis, Premier added.

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