Spain's Rajoy says will cut income tax, to take effect in 2015
MADRID Jan 20 (Reuters) - Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Monday said he will announce this year a cut in income tax that will take effect in 2015.
Asked in a television interview if he would cut income tax this year, Rajoy said: "Yes, but it will take effect in 2015. This is a yes because it will be approved this year."
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