Mazars Central & Eastern Europe Tax Brochure 2015

Summary
• CEE tax systems are relatively stable
• Measures against the shadow economy place significant burdens on companies
• Crisis taxes are in use across the region
• Strict transfer pricing regulations appear in an increasing number of countries

As a whole, the survey finds that the region’s tax systems have been relatively stable over the past three years. No further structural changes have been necessary to address post-crisis deficit issues, and each country is moving forward with its own strategy.

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