Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

VAT won't rise - Di Maio


Rome, August 9 - Labour and Industry Minister and
Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio pledged Thursday that a rise in
value-added tax that is set to kick in unless the government
finds alternative funding will be averted.
According to some media reports, Economy Minister Giovanni
Tria did not want to avert the VAT rise.
"The citizens have an advantage in that they can read the
contract (of the League-5-Star Movement government) to know how
things are," Di Maio told Rtl 102.5 radio.
"It is written that VAT must not rise despite the debt risks
created by (former centre-left premiers Paolo) Gentiloni and
(Matteo) Renzi with their holes in financial coverage.
"VAT will not increase. We don't want to take away money, but
cut waste and favouritism.
"The citizens can relax because we won't put our hands in
their pockets".

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