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Greece To Cut Corporate Tax

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

28 December 2018


Greece will gradually lower the rate of corporate tax over the next four years, under proposals announced in September and recently approved by the Greek parliament.

Under the changes, corporate tax will be reduced from 29 to 28 percent in 2019, to 27 percent in 2020, to 26 percent in 2021, and to 25 percent in 2022 and subsequent years.

However, credit institutions will continue to pay corporate tax at the existing 29 percent rate.

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