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The Spanish government has approved plans to cut company and income taxes in 2015 and 2016 in a bid to boost spending and investment as the country tries to recover from a double-dip recession. Finance Minister Cristobal Montoro said Friday it was time to recompense Spaniards for the efforts made during the economic crisis. The government estimates the measures will put some 7.6 billion euros into the economy.



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