Fri. Sep 30th, 2022

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Valladolid, September 20 (EFE).- The CEOE of Castilla y Leon claimed this Tuesday that the regional government led by Alfonso Fernández Manueco (PP) follows the same path announced yesterday by his Andalusian counterpart, Juan Manuel Moreno, and previously by Isabel. Díaz Ayuso, from Madrid, and completely abolished the wealth tax, which in Castilla y León has a minimum exemption of 700,000 euros.

In a statement, the businessmen argued that the measure would “benefit society as a whole and, in particular, contribute to reactivating the economy, increasing business investment.”

Granada, 11/19/2021.- (ID) Marcia of Andalusia, Fernando López Miras, Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso of Galicia, Alberto Núñez Fizú and President of Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Manueco, of the 16th Autonomous Congress of the Andalusian PP Time that started today Friday in Granada.- EFE/Miguel Angel Molina.

Employers recalled that the PP had already promised to crack down on this tax at the national level, but they considered it particularly important “at a slow stage in an economic cycle.”

“It is a fact that a favorable tax system helps to create wealth, employment and, consequently, higher government revenue”, businessmen argued that “any move to stimulate investment” is decisive “to achieve greater competitiveness”. Our autonomous community, compared to others, such as neighboring Madrid or now Andalusia”.

The Confederation of Business, in this sense, asks to “follow the path of reducing and eliminating taxes, providing legal certainty and reliability to companies and investors, to accelerate and not limit the economic activity of the productive fabric”. EFE.
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