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Information publication The government has imposed a "smart" clock author's collection
October 04 2017

The government has imposed a "smart" clock author's collection

  
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The government has imposed a "smart" clock author's collection

The Russian government made "smart" watches in the list of items subject to collection from importers of electronics - the so-called tax on discs in the amount of 1% of the cost of equipment. The corresponding decision is published on the official Internet portal of legal information. The Resolution comes into force six months after its publication
Deductions are made from mobile phones, video cameras, computers and laptops, flash drives, as well as DVD-players and drives to them. The collection is received by the Russian Union of Rightholders, headed by Nikita Mikhalkov. With the initiative to introduce "smart" watches into the list of electronics, which is subject to this collection, the Ministry of Culture of Russia made a speech. This was explained by the fact that the "smart" clock reproduces music and video.

Kommersant

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