Net providers angry at preferential tax rates for cyber space access

Kocinska, Anna
September 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;9/10/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 37, p1
Reveals that Poland-based Internet providers have reacted angrily to a proposed legislation giving preferential value added tax rates only to a limited number of businesses offering access to the Internet through slow data transmission technology. Higher taxes to be charged to cable television operators offering Internet services and companies offering broadband.


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