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Poland to Slash Levies to Curb Inflation and Ire Over Taxes

  • The government will temporarily cut VAT on gasoline, food, gas
  • Premier Morawiecki apologizes for chaos around income tax plan
Customers browse fresh fruit stalls at a market in Warsaw.

Customers browse fresh fruit stalls at a market in Warsaw.

Photographer: Lukasz Sokol/Bloomberg
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Poland’s government vowed to slash levies on everything from food to fuel to rein in the highest inflation in more than two decades and manage anger over a botched tax overhaul that has left some workers poorer.