VILNIUS – President Gitanas Nauseda believes that Lithuania should make it an official rule that any tax changes can take effect no earlier than six months after they are adopted, a presidential advisor said on Monday.
"The tax system must be stable. In the president's opinion, taxes should not come into force in a few weeks and a rule of at least six months should be clearly set out in tax administration laws," Simonas Krepsta told a news conference after Nauseda discussed tax issues with representatives of parliamentary groups, trade unions and...
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