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Spain aims to raise environmental taxes to cut deficit

Image: A woman walks past a Spanish flag in central Madrid, Spain, August 24, 2016. Picture taken August 24, 2016. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain aims to raise 500 million euros ($528 million) through a reform of environmental taxes next year in its bid to bring down its public deficit, according to the government’s revised budget plan for 2017.

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