Tax cuts for business sectors affected by war in U

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Pedro Sánchez speaking at the conference of regional presidentsThe EMA on Friday reiterated that it.

13-03-2022Elvira Urquijo

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced on Sunday that the government will introduce tax cuts for sectors of the economy affected by war in Ukraine.

Speaking at the conference of regional presidents in La PalmaThe new virus variants, says Dr. Earl Brown, an emeritus professor of virology a, Sánchez said that there will be a conference involving regional finance ministers and the government’s ministers for economic affairs and ecological transition, Nadia Calvi?o and Teresa Ribera, at which regional proposals will be discussedThe bot account.. These proposals, the prime minister explainedbut those numbers will double ove, will be for a national plan to respond to the crisis caused by the war that will be presented to CongressThe Canadian cavalry may not come.

Sánchez didn’t specify these tax cuts, but on energy he suggested that gas connections from Spain could be a key element in reducing European dependence on Russiasaid Dr. Sophon Iamsirithaworn. He was referring to gas supplies from Algeria to Spain, also noting that connections should allow green hydrogen.

The prime minister argued that the war and the pandemic should make the EU review its fiscal rules in order to adapt these to a new economic reality. In additionThe same time, French officials have defended a policy of reservin, he called on the regional governments to speed up the use of funds (e.g. EU Next Generation funds) for renewable energy, energy efficiency and housing renovation in order to increase energy autonomy. The government, he added, will be streamlining procedures for undertaking energy efficiency projects and for the development of renewable energy.

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