The automobile will have a difficult

The automobile will have a difficult

The car recycling fee on cars could rise sharply.

According to “Kommersant”, the Ministry has proposed to the government in 2018 to increase the recycling fee on cars on 87-125%. Domestic concerns informally compensate for it, so more likely the measure will hurt net importers. But it will catch and built their plants in Russia for foreign companies, while the importing part models (in this situation, BMW, Nissan, Renault, Toyota, VW Group).

According to experts, the growth of collecting on the background of growth of excises will raise the price of cars by 10 to 17%. Kommersant’s sources in the market is surprised by the initiative and stressed that the disposal costs could double.

The Ministry has refined and tightened the project to increase the rates of car recycling fee on cars in 2018, said the source “Kommersant” in the market. According to him, the fee for passenger cars is proposed to raise 87-125% depending on engine volume. This idea knows other interlocutor “” in one of the automakers. According to him, the document is already in the government. The representative of the Prime Minister Natalya Timakova 8 Dec could not comment on the situation. The representative of the Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said that “the document has not been seen, perhaps, in the Department of it (this is the usual way of the document), but on Thursday was nothing.”

Earlier in the explanatory note to the budget planned to raise fees for passenger cars by 15%.

Utilsbor for industry introduced in 2012, the market it was considered a compensation for the reduction of import duties after Russia’s accession to the WTO. First, the fee paid by the importers and the factories of Russia gave guarantees of recovery, but in 2014 due to pressure countries complained to the WTO court, it was extended to the entire market. Russian automakers began to issue industrial subsidies, which are considered a compensation fee. In 2016, the fee was increased by 65%, while the government explained that the devaluation of the ruble, Kommersant’s sources believed that the payment of another fee reductions under accession to the WTO.