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Garbage companies ask authorities to reset VAT

Garbage companies ask authorities to reset VAT
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The garbage reform operator proposes to nullify the value added tax along the entire municipal waste management chain. This will allow the industry to withstand the spread of coronavirus.

As the RBC, such a decision will lead to a reduction in tariffs immediately by 20% and simplify administration. The “Russian environmental operator” pointed out that in a pandemic, garbage collapse cannot be allowed, and without additional state support this cannot be achieved.

The day before, the association of regional trash operators asked the Russian president to defer tax payments. Otherwise, due to delays in payment for services, many companies may stop their work.

The Independent Fuel Union also asks for state support. He invites the government to provide fuel market participants exemptions, including tax. The organization asks for action because of the coronavirus and the expected decline in fuel demand.

Earlier, the Russian government decided grant a respite collection of tax payments to companies involved in the field of air transportation and tourism. At the same time, the federal authorities noted that they could extend this measure to other sectors affected by the coronavirus epidemic.


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