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The PP is committed to the creation of a fund to replace the bank tax

Date: June 17, 2024 Time: 03:56:11

The commitment of the Popular Party (PP) to replace the extraordinary tax on banks with the creation of a fund to help the most vulnerable families in the face of the escalation of the Euribor continues to gain strength. As reported by the information, the Economic Manager of Los Populares, Juan Bravo, has assured this Monday that they “pick up the gauntlet” that during the NEGOCIACIACIACICISTO TO Create A Fund, Of The Banks themselves, To Help the families most affected by the rise in mortgages.

During his speech on the first day of the XL Seminar of the Association of Economic Information Journalists (APIE), Bravo pointed out that, in the event of winning the elections, this temporary tribute would be maintained at least until next year, when the tax and other proposals would be studied depending on the evolution of the explosion and the economic situation. “That proposal seemed much more interesting to us,” added the PP’s Deputy Secretary of Economy, who also criticized the fact that the rate was established on income, and not on profits.

In this way, from Genoa they ratify their roadmap drawn up to relieve this tax, as Núñez Feijoo has been anticipating in previous months. As explained by the sources of the economic team of the popular, this initiative contemplates the constitution of a public-private collaboration fund -since the contributions will come from both the bank and the Government itself- that could reach up to 2,000 million euros.

Revive the proposal of the banking employers

This idea is not new. The constitution of this fund was one of the alternatives that the bank employers managed with the parliamentary groups during the negotiations between the Government and the financial sector regarding the approval of the extraordinary tax on the sector so that it would not be a tribute without consideration. for banks. However, the proposal had little impact, especially because the Government closed in on it, but also because not all entities view it favorably.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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