FinMin sees Russia's real-estate taxation system changed in 2013.

By bne IntelliNews May 19, 2010
Russia's real-estate taxation system may be changed in 2013, Deputy FinMin Sergei Shatalov told. He said it was unlikely to be changed in 2012. Russian officials said earlier that a single real-estate tax would replace the personal property tax, corporate property tax, and land tax, and that it would be based on the market value of property. Current property and land taxes are based on the book value of property.

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