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Lithuanian government opposes VAT cut for food products

Finance minister claims it would cost up to €337 million per year

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The Lithuanian government has decided to oppose a legislative initiative by four MPs from the Social Democratic Labour Party of Lithuania (LSDDP) to lower the VAT on food products to 9%.

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