RIGA - Tax changes should be considerate, and they may take force later than planned, said Bank of Latvia president Martins Kazaks in an interview with the Latvian public radio today.
Commenting on the current discussions on the planned tax changes that have been stuck, Kazaks said that it is important to focus on the tax system in general, and changes should be considerate, besides they should not be rushed to meet the deadlines of the next year's budget.
"It is better think everything through carefully, inform everyone in a timely manner [..]...
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