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The 'good times' could be over for foreign retailers in Russia
The 'good times' could be over for foreign retailers in Russia
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"Impossible" customs procedures will be relaxed, but the duty-free import threshold looks certain to drop to €150.

2 years tax free for first time entrepreneurs
2 years tax free for first time entrepreneurs
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The govt stimulus package for SMEs also promises subsidies, loan guarantees and special access to state contracts.

Medvedev commits $3 billion to supporting small businesses
Medvedev commits $3 billion to supporting small businesses
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As well as increased financial support, small businesses are to benefit from tax breaks and access to govt contracts.

Government might lower the cost of patents for entrepreneurs
Government might lower the cost of patents for entrepreneurs
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The government is thinking of lowering the cost of purchasing patents to help out new businesses.

Tax break to be extended to small Russian businesses
Tax break to be extended to small Russian businesses
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A move to reduce national insurance contributions for small companies could be put into effect by the end of the year...

Can Russian IT lead the world?
Can Russian IT lead the world?
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Deputy Communications Minister Mark Shumlevich has been explaining why it can.

Tax cut for babysitters, tutors and handymen
Tax cut for babysitters, tutors and handymen
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Newly approved legislation will cut insurance contributions for self-employed people on low incomes.

“Offshore tax” proposed to combat tax evasion
“Offshore tax” proposed to combat tax evasion
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The measure, proposed by the Accounts Chamber, could add $1.6 billion to the state budget. 

Tax hike on the self-employed should be reversed
Tax hike on the self-employed should be reversed
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Both upper and lower houses recommend a U-turn after 300,000 self-employed withdraw their registration.

"No tax rise before 2018" promises finance minister
"No tax rise before 2018" promises finance minister
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Sergei Shatalov, deputy minister for finance, claims that neither taxes nor VAT will rise in the near future.

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