Spanish mayor proposes tax break for Gib operators relocating to La Linea

Juan Franco says the better alternative to moving to Malta would be for firms to establish a small office in the neighbouring Spanish town

The mayor of La Linea, the neighbouring Spanish town to Gibraltar, has proposed a special tax break for gambling companies considering operating back-office operations in the town. Ahead of meetings with the Spanish foreign secretary Josep Borrell, mayor Juan Franco told Spanish regional newspaper EuropaSur he would suggest a “reduced company tax exclusively for insurance…

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