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FAS opposed benefits for fisheries

FAS opposed benefits for fisheries
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The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has opposed some of the benefits offered by the Russian Ministry of Agriculture for fishery producers. However, without them, the situation in the industry can worsen significantly.

According to Kommersant, the project stipulated that budget revenues from revising the order of fees for the industry could increase by 10-20 billion rubles. The Ministry of Agriculture advocates the establishment of a five-year transitional period before the change in rates and the preservation of privileges on payment of fees for the use of aquatic biological resources in 15%. The latter applies only to artels, collective farms or city-forming enterprises.

The FAS considers it impractical to introduce a five-year transition period. The agency also proposes to exclude from the preferential list organizations that built ships as part of a campaign to issue quotas for investment purposes. In addition, the FAS believes that in order to pay 15%, the collection rates of the company should be engaged in fish processing in the coastal region.

The All-Russian Association of Fisheries (WARPE) advocated the amendments. The organization is convinced that the rejection of the agreed version of the amendments will increase the overall tax burden on the industry by 20% instead of the originally planned 15%.