Deputy Prime Minister Ivan Mikloš says Slovakia’s best chance to preserve its tax holidays to lure investment, in the face of European Union opposition, is to coordinate defence of the incentives with neighbouring countries. The EU fears the tax breaks, which Slovakia intends to extend from five to ten years, will lure investors away from EU member nations.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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21. Nov 2001 at 9:52