Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Chile’s government may discuss changing the tax regime as part of talks with Congress this month on next year’s budget, La Tercera reported, citing presidential spokesman Andres Chadwick.
The government, which previously planned to discuss tax changes after the budget’s approval in November, brought the debate forward after opposition lawmakers rejected education spending proposals yesterday, the Santiago-based newspaper reported.
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