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The Spanish Government has decided against implementing additional measures to prevent the increase in VAT on electricity bills, which is set to rise to 21% starting this Friday. This decision comes at a time when consumers are already facing financial pressures due to high energy costs. The move has sparked considerable public debate, with criticism from various sectors arguing it will further exacerbate the economic difficulties of Spanish families and businesses.

The VAT increase on electricity had been temporarily reduced to alleviate the burden on consumers amid the global energy crisis, but now, with the return to the standard rate, a significant impact
on the citizens’ energy bills is anticipated.

This fiscal change is part of the economic adjustments the Government deems necessary in the current context, though it has promised to monitor the situation and assess potential support measures for the most affected groups.

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