Norway’s Stoltenberg Will Keep Taxes Unchanged After Elections

Aug. 5 (Bloomberg) — Norway’s ruling Labor Party won’t raise or cut taxes if it wins parliamentary elections in September, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said.

“We think that the level we have now in Norway is a reasonable level,” Stoltenberg said in a debate with opposition Progress Party leader Siv Jensen on Oslo-based TV2 Nyhetskanalen today. “We aren’t promising tens of billions of new tax cuts.”

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