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April 13, 2021

Employers accuse gov’t of breaking conditions set for lump tax

Employers associations’ representatives left on Monday the negotiations with the Ministry of Finance on the draft law on applying the Fiscal Code. The reason invoked by employers is that the government did not observe the conditions previously agreed on VAT deductibility for car acquisitions, Mediafax reports. “The employers’ associations left the discussions with the Finance Ministry. We have accepted there is a rationale for setting up the lump tax and we’ve accepted also the taxation scale on the condition a package of deductibility is agreed upon. It refers to car repairs, fuel expenses, VAT on car purchases. Now the ministry says it is not possible,” Florea Parvu, vice-president of National Council for SMEs (CNIPMMR) told Mediafax.

UGIR-1903 as well as AOAR representatives also left the talks, accusing the Finance Ministry of false promises.

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