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Bulgaria: The 2023 State Budget, published today (1st August), increases the tax on nicotine e-cigarettes and applies it for the first time to
Bulgaria: The Ministry of Finance’s draft state budget increases the tax on nicotine e-cigarettes and applies it for the first time to non-nicotine e-cigs.
Bulgaria: The Ministry of Economy and Industry has notified a draft Law on Amendments and Supplements to the Tax-Insurance Procedural Code to the European
Bulgaria: The Ministry of Finance has presented a draft Law on Amendments and Supplements to the Tax-Insurance Procedural Code, which introduces a
Bulgaria: Finance minister Rositsa Velkova has announced that the 2023 Budget will include an increase in tax on e-cigarettes. The changes will be published tomorrow,
Bulgaria: From tomorrow, 1st March, nicotine-containing e-cigarettes will be taxed at BGN0.18 (€0.09) per ml. The rate will rise to BGN0.25 (€0.13) in 2024 and
Bulgaria: Members of We Continue the Change, a centrist party with the second most seats in Parliament, have presented a bill to
Bulgaria: With 99% of the ballots counted, partial official results show former prime minister Boyko Borissov's centre-right GERB party winning with 25.4%
Bulgaria: A budget bill which would have introduced excise tax on e-liquids will not be voted on after the government was dissolved following a
Bulgaria: The bill to amend the Budget Law 2022, which proposes to introduce an excise tax for e-liquids, passed the first reading. Vaping products
Bulgaria: The Ministry of Finance presented to the National Assembly a bill to amend the Budget Law 2022, which aims to introduce an excise
Bulgaria: The Council of Ministers has agreed to introduce an excise duty for vaping products in order to cut usage, media reports. The exact
Bulgaria: Analysis by the Customs Agency uncovered the evasion of BGN 977,000 (€500,000) in customs duties and VAT on imports of disposable e-cigarettes