Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas in an end of the year interview given to the TV3 television channel said that no new taxes will be implemented next year but added that he would like to increase the quota of workforce coming from outside the European Union.
"I do not think it right to make new decisions concerning the tax policy a year before the end of this composition of the parliament. No new taxes will be introduced to the Estonian market next year," the prime minister said.
Ratas said that the aim of the tax amendments that were passed ...
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