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February 9, 2023
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ANAT: Minimum tax – the killing of Romanian tourism

Corina Martin, the president of the National Association of Tourism Agencies (ANAT), stated yesterday in Constanta that the tourism agencies do not dodge taxes and that their inclusion in the category of activities for which a minimum tax will be paid will lead to ‘the killing of Romanian tourism,’ ‘Romania Libera’ writes. ‘Tourism agencies have a zero share in tax dodging. From that point of view ANAT is asking the Finance Ministry to eliminate the paragraph that refers to the activities of tourism agencies and of tour-operators,’ Corina Martin stated. The president of ANAT added that she has asked for the support of Elena Udrea, the Minister of Regional Development and Tourism. She added that all tourism agencies close legal contracts with the beneficiaries of the services and issue vouchers, something that clearly rules out tax dodging. Corina Martin also stated that the ANAT agencies are prepared to take part in protests.


‘800 agencies that are members of ANAT are ready to launch the same message on the website of the Finance Ministry unless the meeting that we are trying to establish with the Ministry’s representatives takes place soon, in order to make sure this paragraph is eliminated from the draft law on the introduction of the minimum tax,’ she revealed.

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