Timetric’s Czech Republic fiscal regime report outlines governing bodies, governing laws, mining permit and key fiscal terms covering two commodities: coal and uranium.
The mining industry is governed by the Czech Geological Survey and the Ministry of Environment. Act No. 44/1988 Coll. governs the mining of mineral resources in the Czech Republic, and establishes principles for the protection and economical utilization of mineral resources, especially in prospecting and exploration work, opening, preparation and extraction of mineral deposits.
The report outlines Czech Republic’s governing bodies, governing laws, mining permits and key fiscal terms which includes, Corporate Income Tax (CIT), Withholding Tax, Road Tax, Real Estate Tax, Depreciation Rates, Loss Carry Forward and Value Added Tax (VAT).
- Formed in January 1990 by Act no. 173/1989 Coll., dated December 19, 1989, the Ministry of Environment (MoE) is the central state administrative authority and supreme inspection authority in environment affairs.
- The Czech Geological Survey was established in 1919 to provide a state geological service for the Czech Republic.
- Act No. 44/1988 Coll. Governs the mining of mineral resources in the Czech Republic.
- The Environmental Impact Assessment is regulated by Act no. 100/2001 Coll., which superseded the original Act No. 244/1992 Coll.
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