Portugal spends €600 million to reduce basic food prices | Lusa

“Scrapping VAT on essential food products while also helping producers in the process will cost Portugal around €600 million, Prime Minister António Costa said after his government signed a deal with retailers and farmers in Lisbon on Monday,” Lusa writes (translated on Euractive.com).

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