Russian operators call for tax exemptions on investments in infrastructure

Thursday 17 June 2021 | 16:57 CET | News
Russian operators have proposed the government apply tax exemptions on investments into the digital infrastructure, reports Comnews.ru. The proposal is seen as a way to foster investments for the development of telecom networks, based  on innovative technologies.

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