Poland will dismiss Finance Minister Tadeusz Kościński and Deputy Finance Minister Jan Sarnowski for the chaos around the implementation of the Polish Deal tax reform, radio broadcaster RMF FM has reported, without providing the source of information.
The government is planning to introduce a 0.4 percent revenue tax on big corporations to offset a shortfall in funding for the NFZ, the national healthcare system, a deputy finance minister has said.
Poland's VAT gap had reduced the fastest in the EU from 24 percent to 12 percent in the last four years, a deputy finance minister, Jan Sarnowski has told the lower house of Parliament.
Poland’s policies on closing the VAT gap could be adopted by Germany and other countries because they have been so successful, the deputy finance minister has claimed.
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