It is "totally unacceptable". The Medef insurgent Friday, 26 April in a statement, against the decision of Emmanuel Macron to remove tax loopholes that benefit companies to finance the announced decline in income tax.
"The financing of this drop by the abolition of corporate tax credits (tax loopholes) is totally unacceptable and amounts to increasing taxes at a time when French companies have the highest tax rate in the OECD countries. ", Said the Medef.
"The business leaders of Medef will be very vigilant that the main tax cuts are maintained and in particular the Research Tax Credit, vital for the country's economy," warned the employers' organization which salutes down 5 billion euros from the income tax announced by the President of the Republic.
The Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises (CPME) had regretted Thursday evening that Emmanuel Macron did not hear "the ras-the-bowl tax artisans" and small businesses by announcing the removal of tax loopholes.
The bosses will be received
For its part, the Union of Local Businesses (U2P), which brings together craftsmen, traders and the liberal professions, called on the government to take "decisions adapted to local businesses, so that this economy of everyday life can bring all its wealth to the country ".
The finance minister, Bruno Le Maire, announced on the television channel LCI that he would receive in Bercy next week representatives of employers' organizations, the Medef, CPME, artisans, independent professions.