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Franco: “The tax reform supports families and competitiveness. Action on bills soon “

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The funds that the Government intends to allocate with the budget law for the tax reform, about 8 billion a year over the next three years, “it is important that they are used to support families and our competitiveness, and that the interventions are consistent with that which will then be done with a delegated law “. This was stated by the Minister of Economy, Daniele Franco, during a hearing on the maneuver at the joint budget committees of the Chamber and Senate.

The minister added that the government will exploit the two billion of resources made available by the maneuver against energy increases with interventions that will be decided “in the coming weeks”. The next update of the electricity and gas bills by the Arera is expected at the end of December for the first quarter of 2022.

Furthermore, to determine how to use the 8 billion euros allocated for the tax cut “these days we are meeting” with the majority parties. “The proposal will be formulated and discussed in parliament.” The main intervention of the maneuver, confirms the minister, “will concern Irpef and Irap”.

“The intonation of our budget policy – he said again – will remain expansive as long as the GDP and employment recover the lack of growth compared to 2019. Over the course of months, the government’s economic policy has focused on challenges in the short term: the support for businesses, citizens and workers in this phase of deep recession caused by the pandemic. Obviously we dealt with the national plan in which we began to look forward, the future ». The maneuver “continues on both tracks: support and look ahead”.

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