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November 23, 2017 | Edition Nº3372

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Duma approves bill to increase gaming tax

Duma approves bill to increase gaming tax
The bill sets out plans to increase the top levy per gaming table from 125,000 rubles to to 250,000 rubles ($4,200).
Russia | 11/10/2017

Russia’s State Duma has green-lighted a draft bill that could lead to an increase in the maximum tax levy on gaming tables and machines.

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he bill sets out plans to increase the top levy per gaming table from 125,000 rubles to to 250,000 rubles ($4,200).

The draft bill would also raise the maximum tax levy on gaming machines in Russia from 7,500 rubles to 15,000 rubles.

In order for the bill to come into law, it must pass a further three readings in the State Duma,

In addition, Russia's President Vladimir Putin must approve and sign off on the bill to enable it to become law.

Yogonet.com
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