Italy cuts payroll taxes by 2.5 bln euros in 2014
ROME Oct 15 (Reuters) - The budget law approved by the Italian cabinet on Tuesday cuts payroll charges paid by companies and workers by 2.5 billion euros in 2014, according to figures issued by the government as the cabinet meeting proceeded.
Reducing payroll taxes to encourage both investment and consumption, was one of the government's main objectives in the budget.
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