Import duties on used cars from Europe will be cut under bills expected to be passed by the Rada this fall.
Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Import duties on used cars from Europe will be cut under bills expected to be passed by the Rada this fall.

Import duties on used cars from Europe will be cut under bills expected to be passed by the Rada this fall. The bills are designed to legalize the estimated 400,000 cars – about 10% of the national fleet – that circulate in Ukraine with EU plates. One goal also is to“enable every Ukrainian to have an affordable car,” Oleh Yaroshevych, head of AutoEuroSila, a car owner group, writes on his Facebook page. The Kyiv Post writes: “The overall excise tax for a 3-year-old car with a 2,000-cubic-centimeter gasoline engine will be 300 euros. Today, the tax is 3,286 euros. But for a 15-year-old car with the same engine it will be five times higher, or 1,500 euros, but still much less than today’s 4,882 euros.

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