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European Customs recalls sanctions
Avaldatud 24. mai 2022.a.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Department reminds exporters of the current restrictions on the export of a number of goods to Russia and calls for careful inspection of goods before shipment. When submitting a declaration, the sender must provide all the necessary documents and permits from the authorized bodies of the European Union.
The cost of housing is growing at a rapid pace
Avaldatud 28. aprill 2022.a.
The latest Eurostat report recorded Estonia's leadership in the rate of increase in the cost of real estate and its rental among all EU countries. More and more people refuse to buy new housing, but you should not expect discounts in the near future.
Estonian ports are closed to Russian ships
Avaldatud 21. aprill 2022.a.
The next package of restrictive measures, previously approved by the EU Council, began to operate in Estonia. It prohibits ships from the Russian Federation from entering Baltic ports, except for extreme situations.
TUI customers in Estonia were left without vacation
Avaldatud 13. aprill 2022.a.
The introduction of another sanctions package by the European Union led to the suspension of the activities of one of the largest travel companies in the Baltic countries. TT Baltics, as the official representative of the German TUI, was blacklisted due to the presence of Russian entrepreneurs in the list of owners.
From April 1, all declarant accounts must be in euros
Avaldatud 06. aprill 2022.a.
Taking into account the unstable situation in the financial market, the European Central Bank has stopped publishing the reference rate of the Russian ruble to the euro since the beginning of March. In this regard, in customs documents submitted to Estonian customs from April 1, invoices issued in rubles are no longer accepted for processing.
Estonia will have to increase the amount of business support
Avaldatud 23. märts 2022.a.
The restrictions imposed by the EU on the import of various groups of goods from the Russian Federation, as well as the ban on flights for Russian airlines, will require a significant increase in state subsidies to support business in Estonia.
The European Union has set a limit of 300 euros for export to Russia
Avaldatud 17. märts 2022.a.
Estonian exporters and online stores sending orders to Russia should pay attention to the new restrictions imposed on March 15 in addition to the current EU Regulation No. 833/2014.
Estonia warns of a delay in exports
Avaldatud 02. märts 2022.a.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Department warns exporters planning shipments to Belarus and Russia about increasing the terms of registration when crossing the EU border. It is also worth taking a closer look at the list of sanctions restrictions.
Tallink has become less unprofitable, investments and franchises save
Avaldatud 23. veebruar 2022.a.
One of the largest passenger shipping operators in the Baltic, Tallink, reported on a gradual reduction in losses since the beginning of the pandemic. However, it is too early to talk about a complete way out of the crisis.
EMTA reminds you of virtual money taxes
Avaldatud 15. veebruar 2022.a.
Many owners of virtual monetary units often forget that their use in many cases leads to the obligation to pay income tax. EMTA issues clarifications on this issue annually.
The "reporting period" has started in Estonia
Avaldatud 09. veebruar 2022.a.
The Estonian Tax and Customs Department recalls the beginning of the period during which it is necessary to submit business reports, tax returns and income declarations, data on the use of compensation from the state, and so on.
"Climatic" duties scare Estonian agricultural producers
Avaldatud 03. veebruar 2022.a.
Estonian agricultural producers worry that a program to introduce increased "green" customs duties may kill the industry. Particular attention is paid to fertilizers imported from Russia.
Covid restrictions in Estonia are proposed to be mitigated
Avaldatud 26. jaanuar 2022.a.
Representatives of the scientific council advising the government on covid-19 issues, as well as some parliamentarians, propose to adjust the restrictions in force in the country due to the pandemic.
Estonia has clarified the rules of entry for tourists
Avaldatud 19. jaanuar 2022.a.
Estonia has opened its borders for Russian tourists who have undergone a full vaccination course or have a full package of medical documents on covid-19 history. This information was officially confirmed by the Consulate General of the country in the Russian Federation.
Air transportation is gradually recovering, tourism is still lagging behind
Avaldatud 12. jaanuar 2022.a.
By the end of 2021, Estonia's main airport has reached 70% of the load level of the period before the Covid-19 pandemic. This was largely facilitated by the ”green" passports of the EUDCC, which began to operate in the summer.
Komerk wishes you a happy holiday season!
Avaldatud 22. 2021.a.
Komerk AS, a leading provider of logistics services in Estonia, wishes its partners a happy holiday season and look forward to continued and fruitful collaboration!
Tax and Customs Department reminds of upcoming changes
Avaldatud 16. 2021.a.
Due to the entry into force of the next package of provisions of the European Electronic Identification Regulation, from January 5, 2022, it will be possible to log into the e-MTA personal account only using an ID identifier.
New Year's parcels will need to be declared
Avaldatud 08. 2021.a.
On the eve of the Christmas and New Year holidays, the Estonian Tax and Customs Department reminds of the need to declare all shipments coming from outside the European Union.
Covid restrictions will not become softer by Christmas
Avaldatud 01. 2021.a.
The Advisory Scientific Council under the Government of Estonia recommended keeping the level of coronavirus restrictions in the country at the same level, as well as tightening the entry check. Specialists are afraid of a new strain of omicron.
Estonia plans to oust Chinese neodymium from the EU
Avaldatud 23. 2021.a.
The Estonian company Silmet, one of the world's leading producers of rare and rare earth metals, plans to build a new permanent magnet manufacturing plant within 4-5 years. This will reduce the dependence of European manufacturers on China.