Reactions mixed about gov't tax on savings

Harper, Joe
October 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;10/29/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 44, p3
Reports on the mixed reactions of analysts to the proposal of tax cut on personal bank savings in Warsaw, Poland. Stimulation of spending by the tax cut; Estimation on the amount the saving tax would generate for the year 2002; Impact of the proposal to the growth of budget.


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