Deputy Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Salvini said in an interview with Rai that the draft budget of Italy for 2019 contains the reduction of some taxes, lowering of retirement age, and a tax amnesty that would enable Italians to settle disputes with the state tax service. Due to the tax amnesty, Italian authorities hope to raise about 20 billion euros, Bloomberg reports. As noted by Salvini, the restriction on the budget deficit at the level of 3% of GDP, introduced in the EU, will not be violated in the draft budget of Italy for the next year.
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