Guindos Demands EU Accept Spain Can Cut Taxes and Its Budget GapBy
Incumbent People’s Party promises to cut taxes by 2 points
Spain holds second general election in six months on June 26
Acting Economy Minister Luis de Guindos defended his party’s pledge to lower Spanish taxes again even as the country risks a fine from European authorities over his government’s last pre-election handout.
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