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Road Use Fee Imposed on Lorries
The Riigikogu has passed amendments to the Traffic Act establishing the road use fee for lorries and their trailers with laden mass over 3.5 tons.
Soft Drinks Tax Becomes a Law
The Parliament passed the Sweetened Drinks Tax Act, according to which all drinks the sugar content is at least 5 grams per 100 millilitres of
Pledge Income Tax Replaced with a More Reasonable Measure
With pressure from the Chamber and other business organisations, the Government gave up the plan to establish the pledge income tax a few weeks ago.
Conference "Boosting investments - which and how?"
Estonia has a relatively high investment rate in comparison with the EU average. However, the investments have declined recently.
Starting from June residence permit applicants must make a reservation for service time
Starting from 1st of June, people must reserve a time to apply for a residence permit or extension of residence permit from Police and Boarder Guard Board (PBGB) Service Office.
11 proposals for decreasing insolvency
The Chamber and Estonian Employers’ Confederation sent to the Ministry of Justice 11 proposals that in their opinion facilitate alleviating of the problems related to insolvency and ensure a more honest business environment.
Regulation on the Protection of Subcontractors Must Be Amended
The Public Procurements Act that failed during the third reading at the Parliament at the beginning of May is now, without any amendments doing a new round at the Parliament.
Business Organisations Categorically Against Packaging Tax
Business organisations are categorically against the planned excise duty on bringing packaging to the market.