Spain increased taxes on spirits and tobacco and eliminated some corporate tax deductions yesterday, but the measures fall short of calls for deeper changes to a system with one of the lowest revenue rates in Europe. The tax changes are part of the government's battle to raise public income hit by an economic slump and will boost revenues by around a half a percentage point of gross domestic product, per year, a spokesman for the Treasury Ministry said yesterday.

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