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“Romania risks coming to the European Commission’s attention because of the new energy taxes”


Romania is likely to come to the EC’s attention, following additional new taxes aiming at products such as electricity, natural gas or coal, which could be considered “fiscal provisions inconsistent with the European legislation”, consulting company Deloitte shows. The main changes signaled by Deloitte tax consultants as being non-compliant with the European legislation are the taxes for each MWh invoiced by electricity and natural gas transmission and distribution operators and the tax of 0.5% on the incomes of companies that handle the extraction, exploitation and trade of natural resources (including coal).

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