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Overview of planned amendments to the Rules for Refunding Excess VAT
GRATA International law firm presents to your attention an overview of the main amendments and additions to the draft order of the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated March 19, 2018, № 391 «On Approving the Rules for Refunding Excess Value Added Tax and Applying a Risk Management System to Confirm the Accuracy of the Amount of Excess Value Added Tax, as well as Risk Degree Criteria» (hereinafter – the «Rules»).
Registering a Business in Tajikistan: Top 5 FAQs Answered
Embarking on a business venture in Tajikistan? Like any endeavor, it comes with questions. In this post, we'll address the top 5 FAQs about registering a brick-and-mortar business in Tajikistan.
Universal declaration in Kazakhstan
Since 2021, Kazakhstan has launched the universal declaration of income as part of the implementation of the Plan of the Nation - 100 concrete steps in the Republic of Kazakhstan
Advertising labeling from september 1, 2023: What can you be fined for?
From September 1, 2023, the penalties for non-compliance with legislation in the field of advertising activities have become stricter. For placing online advertising without labeling, a fine of 700,000 rubles is possible. That is why it is particularly important for all advertisers to understand how to work with advertising materials under the new rules
Proposed Amendments to the Law on Information Technology Parks in Moldova
The Ministry of Economic Development and Digitalization, in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance, has recently opened a public consultation on the Draft Law for amending Law No. 77/2016 concerning information technology parks. This proposed legislative change holds significant importance, particularly within the business community.
New law on public – private partnership
The Parliament of Mongolia enacted the Public-Private Partnership Law (“PPP Law”) based on the research of model law on Public-Private Partnership and its handbook replacing the previous Law on Concession (2010) on 9th December, 2022 and coming into effect on 31st December, 2023.