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Chapter 16 – Taxation

What is being negotiated?

Tax revenues, as state revenues, are of great importance when creating the state budget and taking on strategic obligations of the state in solving certain economic and social problems. Within the European Union, there is no obligation to harmonize all types of taxes, and tax harmonization is achieved through the coordination of tax systems of EU member states, with the aim of avoiding national tax measures that could negatively affect the functioning of the EU internal market. Each member state has the right to keep its own tax system, and even to introduce new forms of taxation, with the obligation to harmonize some of their parts (tax rate, base, etc.) with European regulations. Member states decide unanimously on tax issues, which further preserves their national autonomy.

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Chapter 16 - Working Group

Negotiator

Negotiator

Negotiator

Head of the WG

Head of the WG

Head of the WG

Secretary of the WG

Secretary of the WG

Secretary of the WG

The working group was formed in March 2013. The negotiator for this chapter is Nemanja Katnić, State Secretary at the Ministry of Finance, and the head of the Working Group is Biljana Peranović, acting General Director of the Directorate for Tax and Customs System. The contact person for the working group is Isidora Perović from the European Integration Office.

The working group consists of 27 members (20 from state institutions and 7 from the civil sector).

 

 

 

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