BUDAPEST, April 21 (Reuters) - Hungary's government plans no change in the corporate tax rate or special sectoral taxes other than the financial sector tax next year, Economy Minister Mihaly Varga said on Tuesday.
Varga did not rule out a cut in the corporate tax later. He did not elaborate on the government's plans with the sectoral taxes other than cuts in the bank tax will continue through 2018.
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