TALLINN - The Estonian Hotel and Restaurant Association has proposed that the government grant a tax moratorium to the tourism industry and apply a zero VAT rate to accommodation and catering services until the end of 2021.
The association's board chairman Peter Roose said that for the accommodation and catering sector business has come to a halt, tourism was hit by the crisis first and will recover the longest. Ninety-five percent of accommodation establishments and restaurants across Estonia have closed their doors and 98 percent of employees are at home.
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