tax maneuver

Lukashenka: 'Russian president pledged uninterrupted oil supplies to Belarus refineries'
Belarus may receive $60-70 mln oil compensation from Russia
In 2020, Russia may compensate Belarus for the cost of oil supplies in the range of $60-70 million, Reuters have learnt from the Deputy Finance Minister Alexei Sazanov.
Belarus buys two tankers of Russian oil at undisclosed price
Belneftekhim bought this oil without a premium.
Belarus PM reveals last year's losses over Russia’s tax maneuver
In 2019 Belarus lost about $330 million due to the so-called tax maneuver in Russia. Prime Minister Syarhei Rumas said on Thursday.
Lukashenka: I don’t want to be Belarus’ last president
During Friday visit to Shklou, President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has suggested that Russia introduced the so called tax maneuver to exert pressure on Belarus.
Minsk looking for oil supplies in all possible countries
Belarus considers it economically inexpedient and pointless to pay bonuses to Russian oil companies in the same amount. Therefore, the government is looking for alternative supplies of raw materials, BelTA informs.
Oil supplies to Belarus stopped at order of Kremlin - media
Moscow does not seem to make concessions to Minsk: the decision to suspend the supply of oil to Belarus is an effect of the Russian leadership’s instructions to major petroleum companies, the newspaper Kommersant reports.
Belarus introduces environmental tax on oil transit through its territory
On January 10, Alyaksandr Lukashenka signed a decree #9 “On Taxation,” BelTA informs.