WARSAW (Reuters) – Lawmakers from Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party proposed on Tuesday to cut mining tax payments so that major copper producer KGHM could spend more money on investment.
The mining levy, introduced in 2012 and calculated using a formula based on local production volumes and prices, primarily affects KGHM, a major employer in southeast Poland and one of the world’s biggest copper and silver producers.
Poland - Election - Year - Tax - Subject
Poland holds general election this year. The tax has been a subject of debate during previous campaigns. In 2015, some politicians had promised to...
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