The Croatian Finance Minister announced on Monday that he would present a new package of tax relief measures by the end of July, but declined to disclose any details.
Finance Minister Zdravko Marić said that in the new set of measures would focus on finding additional room for a reduction in the tax burden on citizens and companies. He said that the details of the package would only be made public after his ministry’s analysis and recommendations are presented to Prime Minister Andrej Plenković.
Marić notes that in addition to measures designed to have effects on the long-term, there are also those that are expected to have an immediate effect.
"The big legislative changes, if it comes to them, will take effect on January 1st just like the changes to the VAT. But these other things, if we can resolve them through by-laws, those can be resolved earlier," the minister concluded.
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