Poland considers increased tax burden for rich

April 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;4/22/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 16, p4
Reports the proposition of Finance Minister Marek Belka on the decrease of tax burden on low wage earners to the highest earner in Poland. Significance of the changes in calming social tensions; Increase in the tax-free threshold on personal income.


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