Weekly Review of Slovenian Business & Economy from 26 August to 1 September
Ljubljana, 3 September - The government unveiled its tax reform proposal this week dropping the idea of a flat tax rate and instead reducing the number of income tax brackets to three with the top rate of 50% being curbed to 39. Also down (2%) is corporate income tax, the VAT, meanwhile, remains unchanged. A joint venture agreement between Slovenian oil trader Petrol and Russian oil giant Lukoil for the sale of oil derivatives in Central and SE Europe was another major business event of the week.
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