20 June 2001 BELGRADE. The Serbian Parliament adopted a law on one-off tax on extra profit and property. The law targets those who amassed wealth through their connections with the former regime since 1 January 1989. The taxation will be progressive. Those who acquired assets worth up to $50,000 will pay a tax of 30 […]

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