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President Iohannis calls for postponement of tax measures, says PSD makes counterproductive decisions against everyone

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President Klaus Iohannis has called on Monday for a significant postponement of the amendments to the tax framework, stressing that the deadline of January 1, 2018 is inopportune. “We’ve seen already that besides the promoters, everyone is against these amendments. ...

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Simple motion against Finance Minister, rejected


The simple motion “The finances of Minister Misa, a poor movie on the road to bankruptcy, with free access”, initiated by the PNL, PMP and USR senators, was rejected on Monday by the Senate plenum. The simple motion was voted ...

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PNL to file motion against Energy minister after the one against FinMin

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Liberals will file the announced simple motion against Finance minister Ionut Misa at the Senate on Tuesday, while next week they’ll file a second motion, this time against the Energy minister Toma Petcu. “The motion against the Finance minister is ...

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Fin Min announces new tax on amounts transferred abroad by multinational companies. Income tax down to 10pc


The Government will tax the amounts that multinational companies transfer abroad “in an attempt to reduce its tax base,” Finance Minister Ionuţ Mişa has announced. “The European directive on combating the outsourcing of profits of multinational companies – EU Directive ...

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PM Tudose, dissatisfied with Fin Min Misa, PSD leader Dragnea says the minister will not be replaced

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Prime Minister Mihai Tudose is dissatisfied with the Finance Minister Ionut Misa, according to sources quoted by hotnews.ro. Nevertheless, social-democrat chairman Liviu Dragnea has told Antena 3TV the minister will not be replaced. The sources say PM Tudose is disgruntled ...

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SMEs employers against 2pc solidarity tax, say all companies will automatically be shifted to the highest risk group. Reactions


The National Council for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Romania (CNIPMMR) disagrees with the intention announced by the Government to introduce a 2% solidarity tax from the wage fund paid by the employer, in the context of the transfer of ...

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