Finance ministry rejects reports it has decided on gaming tax
The finance ministry rejected on Thursday reports claiming the government is considering replacing a 23 percent VAT on education with higher taxes in games offered by Greece’s biggest betting firm OPAP.
“The government will announce soon its decisions on what will be the equivalent measures to substitute a VAT hike in education. The reports on this issue are not true,” the ministry said in a press release.
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