The parliamentary group of the Free Party of Estonia on Nov. 14 introduced a bill to ban a planned increase in value added tax on accommodation services.
By backing the bill, the new government in the making will have a favourable opportunity to quickly fix the mistakes of the previous governing coalition, vice chairman of the group Andres Ammas noted.
Ammas believes that the repeated levying of extra taxes on foreign tourists and the enterprises that serve them directly damages the international competitiveness of the Estonian economy. “Nearly 80 per cent ...
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