Deloitte Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tax Alert – Poreske novosti
8th April 2014
In this issue:
U ovom izdanju:
Odluku o davanju saglasnosti za ratifikaciju Sporazuma između Vijeća Ministara Bosne i Hercegovine i Vlade Republike Makedonije o izbjegavanju dvostrukog oporezivanja u odnosu na poreze na dohodak i imovinu
Decision on consent for ratification of the Convention between the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Government of the Republic of Macedonia on avoidance of double taxation with respect to taxes on income and capital
U Službenom Glasniku BiH – Međunarodni ugovori, br. 5/14 od 20.03.2014. godine, objavljena je Odluka o davanju saglasnosti za ratifikaciju Sporazuma između Vijeća Ministara Bosne i Hercegovine i Vlade Republike Makedonije o izbjegavanju dvostrukog oporezivanja u odnosu na poreze na dohodak i imovinu (u nastavku „Sporazum“).
Prema informacijama dobijenim od Ministarstva finansija i trezora BiH, tekst Sporazuma bi trebao biti objavljen u Službenom Glasniku BiH u toku ove godine kako bi se isti počeo primjenjivati od 01.01.2015. godine.
Decision on consent for ratification of the Convention between the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Government of the Republic of Macedonia on avoidance of double taxation with respect to taxes on income and capital (hereinafter „DTT“) has been published in the Official Gazette of BiH – International Agreements, no. 5 /14 dated on 20thMarch 2014.
According to information obtained from the BiH Ministry of Finance and Treasury, the DTT should be published in the Official Gazette of BiH during this year, whereby it should apply as of the 1 January 2015.
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FIC presents the new member
GAZPROM network of petrol stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina
By taking over the retail network of OMV BH doo, a company NIS Gaspromneft put into service 28 gasoline stations under the brand GAZPROM in Bosnia and Herzegovina. On the territory of the Republic of Srpska eight service stations operating under the brand NIS Petrol.
By the end of the 2013 the total investment in the network of Gazprom and NIS Petrol in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be in amount of 90 million euros and opened 36 service stations.
On this way it is established the secure sales channel of motor fuel - quality Euro 5, which are produced in the refinery in Pancevo.
Premium network of petrol stations GAZPROM offers consumers fuel and lubricants of high quality, as well as a wide range of additional products. This form of stations anticipates the existence of shops, restaurants and cafes. Customers may use wireless internet, car wash and playground as well.
Besides Bosnia and Herzegovina, a large project development of new premium network of petrol stations GAZPROM spreads in Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania. By the end of the 2015, more than 250 service stations will be built in the Balkans, including 40 on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where it is expected that the network of petrol stations GAZPROM occupy about 15 percent of the retail fuel market in this country.
NIS is one of the largest vertically integrated oil and gas company of South Eastern Europe. Basic directions of activity are research, production and sale of oil and gas, as well as the traffic of petroleum products. "Gaspromneft" owns 56.15 % of shares of NIS, while 29.88 % of shares of NIS owned by the Republic of Serbia. NIS in Serbia owns the refinery with two organizational parts - in Pancevo and Novi Sad, with a total capacity of 7 million tons of oil per year, as well as gas refinery in Elemir. The volume of NIS production is 1.7 million tons of probation oil per year. Retail network of companies includes more than 500 gas stations and warehouses in the countries of the Balkan region. NIS operates in several European countries - Serbia, Hungary, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Bulgaria, Macedonia and participating in construction projects on the territory of Angola.