Croatia - Trade unions against tax reform - November 30, 2016

New tax reform proposals were presented to the social partners before a meeting of the Economic and Social Council. The Independent Croatian Unions and the Federation of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia are against the government proposed tax reform. The unions criticised the abolition of the lowest income tax bracket of 12 percent and the reduction of the maximum rate from 40 to 36 percent. According to them this will only increase social inequality and it will benefit those with the highest incomes.

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