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KCC requests removal of VAT for agricultural products

19. October 2010. | 11:57

Source: ECIKS

Kosovo Chamber of Commerce asked to remove or reduce the value added tax (VAT) for agricultural products.

Kosovo Chamber of Commerce asked to remove or reduce the value added tax (VAT) for agricultural products.

This was the conclusion of the debate organized by the Kosovo Chamber of Commerce within the Agribusiness Fair "Pristina 2010".

Representatives of Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Economy, Tax Administration and agricultural products manufacturer analyzed the needs of this sector for the new fiscal package.

"By supporting this sector we will support the economic development and at the same time encourage foreign investments," said Berat Rukiqi from the Chamber of Commerce.

Currently, VAT in Kosovo is 16%.


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