The state creates conditions for taxpayers to implement major projects. Among the measures of state support of long-term projects, agreements on protection and encouragement of capital investments (CPCI) stand out.
Big business can use the benefits that are provided by SPIC, but in practice questions often arise: what are the requirements for concluding an agreement? What kind of economic activity prevents a business from entering into a CPA? How much capital must be invested? Anton Kulakov, Junior Tax Compliance Consultant of Tax Compliance, tells about the advantages of a SPPK in an article published in the Advocacy Gazette.
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