RIGA - Food retailers support Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis’ (Unity) motion to reduce the value-added tax rate and promise to decrease price in stores accordingly, says Latvian Association of Food Retailers (LPTA) head Noris Kruzitis, reports Nozare.lv.On April 18, Dombrovskis said in an interview with the LNT morning show ‘900 sekundes’ that consumption taxes could be reduced already this year. The Finance Ministry is currently assessing the possibility. The Ministry’s estimates will be ready in one or two weeks, explained the prime minister. He also rei...
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