France aims to slash business taxes by $22.8 billion over two years: Bruno Le Maire

French Finance Minister, Bruno Le Maire said, the French government plans on cutting taxes French companies have to pay in addition to normal corporate income tax by $22.8 billion (20 billion euros) over the next two years.

“It will be a massive cut, twice 10 billion euros – 10 billion in 2021 and 10 billion euros in 2022,” said Le Maire on France 2 television.

“Producing in France will be cheaper, it’s as easy as that”.

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