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Croatia’s Fiscalisation Laws Aid 36% Jump In Turnover

Croatia’s new fiscalisation laws which were introduced at the start of this year are beginning to produce dividends. From 1 January 2013 it became law for some trading companies to introduce fiscal cash registers, with cafes and bars the main target of the new law.

In February 2013 there was 152.2 million kuna declared through the tax system, up a massive 36% from February 2012, when 111.8 million kuna had been declared, revealed the tax department.

The tax department says that the numbers will be even higher come 1 July when all financial traders need to implement fiscal cash registers, including fruit and vegetable traders on the markets.

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