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  • Change of tax policy with introduction of more and heavier taxes predicted in the next 2-3 years Simeon Djankov, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister in the first team of Boyko Borisov.
    Simeon Djankov with a gloomy forecast for heavy taxes, explained when they will raise them
    2021-01-06 03:30:15
    Change of tax policy with introduction of more and heavier taxes predicted in the next 2-3 years Simeon Djankov, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister in the first team of Boyko Borisov.
  • Change of tax policy with introduction of more and heavier taxes predicted in the next 2-3 years Simeon Djankov, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister in the first team of Boyko Borisov.
    Simeon Djankov: Go towards raising taxes up to 2 years
    2020-12-06 20:30:14
    In two years the taxes in Bulgaria will be raised, go that way. This is the personal opinion of former Finance Minister Simeon Djankov expressed in the “This Sunday” programme of BTV.
  • Change of tax policy with introduction of more and heavier taxes predicted in the next 2-3 years Simeon Djankov, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister in the first team of Boyko Borisov.
    Simeon Djankov: Another 3 to 5 billion levs should enter the business
    2020-11-25 05:30:14
    “The next 2021 will not be any easier than this year. From now on you need to think about more money and measures for business”. This is what former Finance Minister Simeon Djankov said in the broadcast “This Morning” on BTV. According to him, there were many social measures in the new budget that helped, but there was not enough for business.
  • Change of tax policy with introduction of more and heavier taxes predicted in the next 2-3 years Simeon Djankov, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister in the first team of Boyko Borisov.
    Simeon Djankov: In budget 2021 military spending to be transformed into social
    2020-09-03 19:30:16
    “The Bulgarian society seems very nervous. The environment is very hot, and autumn and winter are usually severe in Bulgaria — both from the point of view of economy and from the point of view of social policies.” This is what former Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister Simeon Djankov told BNR from Washington. According to him, politically, things in our country seem at a stalemate.
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