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January 23, 2022

Aviation fuel tax return deadline put off by one year

Government has postponed by one year the return deadline of the Value Added Tax and excises on aircraft petrol fuel, supplied from the national reserve for the past two years, Mediafax reports. The delay follows three similar precedents: June 30, 2010 pushed back to June 30, 2011, Sept. 30, 2011, and now, June 30, 2012. Financial crisis and the scant resources of the two ministries are, again, the chief reasons for the delay stipulated in an emergency government ordinance. In 2009, the government allowed the Ministry of Defence and that of Administration and Interior to take free of charge over 13,550 tons of petrol fuel from the state reserve in order to make aircraft operations possible.

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