Greek government reduces taxes on drugs


The Greek government is proceeding with the reduction of VAT on drugs and services related to cancer, government spokesperson Stelios Petsas said during a press briefing on Tuesday, according to ANA.

An amendment has already been tabled in parliament by the Finance Ministry in cooperation with the Health ministry.

Sourced via Tornos News.




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