Deputies approved the introduction of VAT on flour and grain imports in the second reading. The parliamentarians adopted a joint bill of the government and deputy Kenzhebek Bokoev. The decision was made today at a meeting of the parliament.
Two years ago, when
The IMF strongly recommended the government to abandon such a privilege. It affects a limited circle of people to be considered effective. Deputy Kenzhebek Bokoev suggested abolishing VAT exemptions for grain imports. As a result, two bills were combined.
Deputies for almost an hour and a half argued who was to blame for having made an amendment to the exemption from VAT on flour production, but the bill was supported. 83 deputies voted for it. Only two opposed.