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March 9, 2021
BUSINESS

Government gives up lump-sum tax

The Government has decided to give up the introduction of the lump-sum tax because of the difficulties that may be brought along by the management of the system and is looking at the possibility of re-introducing the 3 per cent revenue tax for micro-enterprises, governmental sources say, cited by Mediafax. The lump-sum tax was supposed to be introduced next year, offset against the abrogation of the minimum tax on October 1. On the other hand, the Government passed an emergency ordinance yesterday for the implementation of the National Infrastructure Development Programme in 2011-2020, to be managed by the Ministries of Development and Environment. One of the programme components managed by the Ministry of Development is the infrastructure in the field of regional development, with the following sub-programmes: 10,000 km of county roads and roads of local interest, modernisation of the Romanian village, sewerage and used water cleaning system and water supply in localities.

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