Tax guru says Slovakia should cut rates before EU entry

The head of the World Taxpayers’ Association, Bjorn Tarras-Wahlberg, has said Slovakia should either introduce a single tax rate or cut incremental rates before it enters the European Union as expected in 2004.

“Afterwards it could be too late,” he said at the end of a three-day tax seminar in Bratislava.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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