Poland’s government plans to cut value added tax on electricity to 5% and gas to 8% from 23% as part of anti-inflationary measures, Wyborcza.biz reports, without saying where it got information.
- The cut would be most probably for 3 months next year
- Govt also plans to reduce excise tax on fuels
- NOTE: PM
Mateusz Morawieckiand Deputy PM Jacek Sasin, in charge of state-controlled energy companies, hold press conference at 10:30am on Thursday
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