Decree set to simplify EKAER

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In accordance with a decree drafted by Hungary’s economy ministry, large haulage companies will be able to apply for EKAER, a new electronic control system for road haulage companies, in a simplified procedure of reporting just three data instead of the standard 21, Hungarian news agency MTI said late yesterday.

The simplified procedure would become available for companies with at least HUF 50 bln in annual revenue in the last two years, and net sales of at least HUF 40 bln from self-manufactured products as of April, the decree stipulates.

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