Spain’s Catalonia seeks own tax system

Catalan MonitorPressTV

Spain’s Catalonia seeks own tax system (PressTV)

The government of Catalan President Artur Mas has enlisted a former Spanish tax inspector, Joan Iglesias, to prepare the administration to collect its own taxes. Iglesias said on Friday that the Catalan tax authority could collect about €100 billion (USD113 billion) in taxes a year, more than the €65 billion (USD72 billion) needed for an independent Catalan state.

“Everyone knows that Catalonia would be viable economically,” Iglesias said, adding, “It is the most economically productive territory in Spain.”

Read it at PressTV »

Share!