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Government is going to introduce an excise e-stamp without discussion with business

04/ 10/ 2019
  Recently, we’ve got information from the media that the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine is working on the implementation of the automated control system for the turnover of excisable goods Electronic Excise Mark for alcoholic beverages and tobacco products. According to representatives of the business community, the Ministry has already held two meetings of the working group on this issue. However, business representatives were not invited. The European Business Association has repeatedly emphasized that any changes in the marking, logistics, accounting of imported products may affect the operation of business entities, as innovations cannot be introduced without understanding the results and their impact on the ongoing work of companies. On 15 August, the EBA addressed a letter to the Ministry of Finance regarding asking to include representatives of the Association in a working group on this issue, but no response has been received so far. The business is concerned about this situation. After all, there is a fear that the developing of an electronic excise stamp may occur in conditions of misunderstanding of the real cause of the illegal market and lead to complication of business processes for fair manufacturers. With this in mind, the European Business Association insists on the mandatory involvement of a wide range of participants, including the Associations experts, in discussing the idea of ​​introducing an electronic excise stamp in order to develop a truly quality position and create fair conditions for transparent business.

Recently, we’ve got information from the media that the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine is working on the implementation of the automated control system for the turnover of excisable goods “Electronic Excise Mark” for alcoholic beverages and tobacco products. According to representatives of the business community, the Ministry has already held two meetings of the working group on this issue. However, business representatives were not invited.

The European Business Association has repeatedly emphasized that any changes in the marking, logistics, accounting of imported products may affect the operation of business entities, as innovations cannot be introduced without understanding the results and their impact on the ongoing work of companies.

On 15 August, the EBA addressed a letter to the Ministry of Finance regarding asking to include representatives of the Association in a working group on this issue, but no response has been received so far.

The business is concerned about this situation. After all, there is a fear that the developing of an electronic excise stamp may occur in conditions of misunderstanding of the real cause of the illegal market and lead to complication of business processes for fair manufacturers.

With this in mind, the European Business Association insists on the mandatory involvement of a wide range of participants, including the Association’s experts, in discussing the idea of ​​introducing an electronic excise stamp in order to develop a truly quality position and create fair conditions for transparent business.

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