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Cross-border/temporary provision of services means that you occasionally perform an activity or profession in an EU, EEA Member Countries or the Swiss Confederation where you do not have a head office

The conditions are: as a legal entity, you are legally established in one of the 28 EU Member Countries or in one of the following three countries: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein; as a natural person, you are a citizen...

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Basic Accountancy rules and Accounting in Republic of Slovenia

Basic Accountancy rules  in Republic of Slovenia We present the basic rules and regulations on bookkeeping and accountancy in Slovenia. We focus on bookkeeping for micro and small enterprises, as well as bookkeeping for sole traders.  Slovenian Accounting Standards...

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Obtaining a building permit in Republic of Slovenia – PART 3

Step 9 Request license for use and receive technical examination by the Administration Unit Ljubljana  The cost for technical examination depends on the value of the construction, namely 0,05 % from the construction value with the maximum fee of...

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Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) – PART 4

In the following table you will find a list of products that are being traditionally exported by Slovenia into Russian Federation and where there will be a reduction in tariff rates on imports into Russian Federation after Russian Federation joins WTO:...

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Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) – PART 3

EU and Russian Federation have signed four bilateral trade agreements which contain additional commitments of RF: Agreement between the European Union and the Government of the Russian Federation on trade in parts and components of motor vehicles between the...

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Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) – PART 2

Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPS) All SPS measures would be developed and applied in the Russian Federation and the Custom Union, in accordance with the WTO Agreement.    Protection of trade-related intellectual property  The Russian Federation would fully apply...