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Hungary gives tax breaks to boost population, stop immigration

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 10 February 2019
Hungary gives tax breaks to boost population, stop immigrationPrime Minister Viktor Orban has announced tax benefits and subsidies to encourage families to have more children. He said the policy was meant to create more Hungarians instead of promoting EU-backed immigration.
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This country’s birth rate is so low that they are considering tax incentives for women to have more babies — but the motives behind the policy stem from xenophobia. This video, "Hungary Considers Incentive for Women to Have More Babies As Immigration Soars", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

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