Consumer tax on wine production in Greece to be abolished
A draft amendment tabled in Parliament this week will abolish an unpopular excise duty on wine production, one of several indirect taxes imposed during a 2016 “tax tsunami” in the country.
The amendment was included in a draft bill suspending a pre-legislated next round of pension cuts, set for Jan. 1, 2019.
Current a 20-euro levy is imposed on every 100 liters of final product, which includes spirits.
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