The Portuguese prime minister says he is not anticipating any type of increase regarding taxation for businesses in the 2017 State Budget.
The prime minister assured today he is not anticipating any type of rise in taxation for companies for the upcoming year and argued his Government aims at a stable taxation framework and tax competitiveness.
This assurance of António Costa came forward in the press conference held with the Chinese prime minister Li Keqiang, following the countries’ signature of eight agreements in economic and cultural areas.
There has not been any increase in tax burden, nor is it scheduled any type of rise in the taxation of companies.
As a reaction to Costa, Li Keqiang stated: “Hearing from the Portuguese prime minister there will be no rise in tax burden is good news for Chinese companies”.