The Ministry of Finance adopted a series of changes to excise tax (duty) “rulebooks” (as the provisions are referred to in Serbia) in September 2017 that were then published in the official gazette in September and October 2017. Similarly, the Serbian government adopted amendments to decrees regulating excise taxes (duties) that were published in the official gazette in September 2017.
The measures concern, among other items, recordkeeping rules and provisions on how to calculate the tax (duty).
Read an October 2017 report [PDF 476 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Serbia
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