Kazakhstan imposes taxes on foreign e-commerce companies

Thursday 25 November 2021 | 17:02 CET | News
The Kazakh parliament has modified its tax code, reporte Prime. A new tax on foreign electronic commerce companies will be introduced from the beginning of 2022. The government believes that the new tax will provide equal conditions for local and foreign companies.

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