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No income taxes until 2020 - and no more austerity after 2015


by Gavan Reilly  17th Dec 2013  14:28
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Fiscal plan says it can return 'full unemployment' by 2020

The government's promised no increases in income tax rates until the year 2020 - and no more austerity after the year 2015.

The pledges are contained in a new Medium-Term Economic Strategy published this afternoon.

The plan reiterates the government's target of bringing unemployment down to 6 per cent by the end of the decade.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny says the plan's ultimate goal is to replace the jobs lost in the recession:


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