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Trutnev declared obstacles to the free supply of gold

Trutnev declared obstacles to the free supply of gold
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To create and implement a draft law on the free supply of gold, one obstacle will have to be removed - to solve the issue of exemption from mineral extraction tax, because of which large companies can distribute their extracted gold to entrepreneurs. This was announced at a press conference in the framework of the Days of the Far East in Moscow by Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev.

“To be honest, I still have no answer to the question of how to make sure that our large companies in this case do not distribute their mined gold to private entrepreneurs and are not completely exempted from mineral extraction tax,” the ambassador said.

He said that within a week he would meet with the head of the Tax Service and would think with him about the answer to the question. If they are sure that this state of affairs will not happen, that a control system will be established, then the bill will be developed in the near future.

“If we don’t get such confidence, if we believe that this is impossible and people will, cheat for the word, cheat, we will develop this bill anyway, but there will be no benefits. That is, the tax space will be the same for large enterprises and for private business, ”explained Yuri Trutnev.

Allow Free Gold Bringing suggested Magadan region. The region believes that this will give additional work to people in small deposits, reduce illegal mining and slightly increase the volume of gold production in the country.

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