Montenegro abolishes payment of eco-tax as of Jan 1, 2012.

By bne IntelliNews July 27, 2011
Payment of eco-tax in Montenegro will be completely abolished by the end of the year, PM Igor Luksic said at a meeting with employers' union (UPCG), national TV broadcaster RTCG reported. The president of UPCG, Predrag Mitrovic, stated that the eco-tax has had a rather inconsiderable contribution to Montenegrin budget and has been disproved by tourists coming to the country. Montenegro introduced an eco-tax for all foreign car, buses and tracks entering the country in 2008. The tax amounts to EUR 10 for cars and mini-buses and up to EUR 150 for trucks, buses and other larger vehicles. It is paid at the border and is valid for a period of one year.
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