Transcarpathian payers of the excise tax have paid to the State Budget nearly 19.5 million hryvnias
The excise tax in Transcarpathian region accounts for almost 4% of revenues from all paid taxes, fees and payments to the state budget. The excise tax is ranked third in tax revenues to the state budget after the VAT and the income tax.
In Transcarpathian region, there are 14 registered entities that pay the excise tax. Those are a secondary winemaking company, three companies of mixed type, a manufacturer of cognac and brandy spirits, which makes more than 75% of the total excise tax revenues to the general fund of the state budget. Also four primary winemaking companies, one manufacturer of alcoholic beverages, which has the right to manufacture soft drinks, two breweries and one company paying the excise tax on imported alcoholic beverages.
No manufacturers of tobacco, alcohol, petroleum products and liquefied natural gas, which also pay the excise tax, are registered in the region.
The Minister of income and taxes Oleksandr Klimenko said that when planning the next steps in the excise policy, it is important to find a balance between the interests of the state, producers and consumers, as well as the balance of the excise policy between industries. Everything is done in order to find the most optimal configuration of the excise policy together with major manufacturers, industry associations within the Investment Council under the Ministry of Income.
Main Office of the Ministry of Income in Transcarpathian region