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    Russia might allocate further metallic good points within the price range to stabilize costs – report – RT Enterprise Information



    The Russian Ministry of Business and Commerce has proposed to allocate further funds from the sale of home metallic firms to stabilize costs for metallic merchandise utilized in development, the RBC Enterprise Day by day reported.

    Russian authorities officers held a gathering with representatives of the metals business on Tuesday to debate the rising costs of constructing supplies, which is because of rising value of metals. In line with RBC sources, Business and Commerce Minister Viktor Evtuvov made two proposals to resolve the problem.



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    One attainable resolution is to set a sign worth for all fundamental metallic merchandise utilized in development, resembling rolled metal and scrap metallic. Consequently, firms promoting metals above this worth might face further taxes, and the cash can be utilized for the upkeep and development of state property.

    Another resolution is to compensate for rising development costs with elevated tax income from metallic firms, which are actually incomes extra money attributable to greater metallic costs. Funds derived from greater taxes can be utilized to compensate for extreme development prices.



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    Russian builders expressed concern over rising costs for rolled metallic and different merchandise on the finish of final 12 months, with a lot of them saying that the costs of some commodities had elevated by 50%. This elevated manufacturing prices for firms. To ease the scenario, the federal government launched further export duties for iron and metal scrap, and excluded merchants from the procurement chain.

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