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VAT in Russia will be Increased
2.08.2018 08:47
VAT in Russia will be Increased
(Source: http://odishatv.in/business_economy)

The State Duma has adopted a law on increasing the value added tax from 18% to 20% beginning from 2019.

      The State Duma has adopted a law on increasing the rate of value added tax. From January 1, 2019, VAT will be increased from 18% to 20%.

      Preferential and zero rates will not change. The authorities promise that the revenues from the increase in VAT will be sent for improvement of infrastructure and healthcare.

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Sources: https://pravo.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian business Russian law Legal Services in Russia   

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