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In interview, Kahlon says he is considering further tax cutsThe Finance Minister said he would implement the tax cuts if the fundamentals of the Israeli market remain positive.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon has said in an interview for Channel 2 News that he is considering reducing taxes to promote growth in the Israeli economy.
MK Kahlon said he would implement the tax cuts if the fundamentals of the Israeli market remain positive. He stated that his party has promoted additional tax cuts throughout its current term. "We've lowered the VAT, the income tax and the corporate tax," he said. "The taxes belong to the people, and we should bring them back to them."
The full interview with the Finance Minister will be aired on Saturday evening on Channel 2 News' Weekend Edition.
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