The Hungarian government will not accept the introduction of a global minimum tax, as it would lead to a tax increase in Hungary!
"No one has the right to interfere in our tax policy from the outside!"
️If the left comes to power, they would raise the tax in obedience to their masters! This would lead to stagnation of development, unemployment, stagnation or decline in wages!
Thinking a little: why do big western companies come to us and why are they creating new jobs in Hungary? The answer is simple! In Hungary, taxes are low, natural gas and electricity are cheap, taxes on wages are low, and the government is a partner in developments, as it almost always supports investments.
In contrast, the left, in obedience to their farmers, would raise taxes, overhead prices, the burden on wages, and would not support the creation of new jobs. This would lead to a wage freeze in the short term, unemployment would increase, and companies would not come to Hungary but leave. The well-being of the Hungarian people is not important to them, instead of a decent job, they would give everyone a few thousand forints in aid, and I would let them know before they make every choice, thus blackmailing people.
In 2022, we are not voting for parties, but for our lives! Think! We want to help with this with two figures.
1. The Numbers
2. The differences in principle
Taxes in Hungary are low, so investors come to us, the introduction of a global tax would clearly mean a tax increase, the loss of our jobs. Of course, the left also supports this, they do not care about the jobs and livelihoods of the Hungarian people, but about the unconditional service of their foreign customers.
It’s like the European Union, or the “Swiss indexing,” which sounds good at first sound, but is essentially rotten inside.
The Hungarian government will not accept the introduction of a global minimum tax after it would lead to a tax increase in Hungary, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in Paris on Tuesday after meeting with Mathias Corman, the elected secretary general of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
According to the head of the ministry, over the past decade, the path of tax increases has proven to be a dead end, with tax cuts being the best stimulus for job creation and economic growth.
No one has the right to intervene in Hungarian tax policy from the outside, said Szijjártó, indicating that Hungary insists that the setting of tax rates remain a national competence.
At the same time, the Minister agreed that a solution must be found to the issue of taxation of large technology companies, and that tax must be paid at the place of value creation.
Let us not allow large technology companies to enjoy an unfair competitive advantage in the absence of international tax regulation, the minister said, saying the OECD would play a major role in resolving the issue reassuringly. The elected new general secretary of the organization will take office on June 1, and for the first time since his election he received Péter Szijjártó.
Australian Mathias Cormann, according to the Foreign and Foreign Secretary, takes a pragmatic, sensible approach, intending not to allow ideological debates to break into economic policy ideas.
It is important for us that the OECD continue to support member states in making the economic decisions necessary for economic development, respecting that economic policies are always a matter for national decision-making, said Péter Szijjártó, who said that the new Secretary-General was a guarantor. him at the time of his candidacy for Hungary.
About the Swiss indexing scam:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/2915/Nem_minden_jo_ami_svajci