Croatian ministry announces tax relief for tourism sector
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The Croatian Ministry of Tourism and Sport has adopted three ordinances about the reduced tax burden and tax exemption, which would enable businesses in the tourist trade to have HRK 118 million (EUR 15.74 million) more at their disposal, reported the HINA news agency.
The changed regulations about the exemption from payment of some of the accommodation surcharge lump sum and membership fees for the local tourist boards were published in the Official Gazette on Thursday.
Minister Nikolina Brnjac says in a press release that she is sure that this tax relief in the amount of HRK 118 million "will definitely facilitate the efforts of hotels, campsites, private accommodation renters, family farms, and nautical tourism companies to do business more easily" and also help them to alleviate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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