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The Kurdistan government imposes taxes on several sectors, including private sector employees
Economy News _ Baghdad
On Monday, the Kurdistan Regional Government announced a series of decisions regulating tax work in the region.
The following decisions came with the signature of Masrour Barzani, Prime Minister, “Withholding 20% of the tax from Internet and telecommunications companies, a direct deduction for income tax from private sector employees, provided that a mechanism is specified for that.
The measures included security and oil companies paying taxes, as well as setting up an appropriate mechanism to take a tax on private cars, in addition to restaurants and hotels above four-star ratings, in a similar measure from Baghdad.
The decisions included taking a "appropriate" tax on advertisements in the public and private sectors, and taking graphics in exchange for placing a "Lable" mark on cigarettes and alcoholic beverages.
And the Kurdistan Regional Government set a two-month period to regulate these taxes.
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