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KIEV, April 10 (Itar-Tass) – The Ukrainian government has offered the parliament to introduce in 2010 the luxury tax in the country that will ensure additional budget revenues of about 600 million US dollars annually, Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov said on the Inter television channel on Friday.

“We propose to introduce taxes on expensive cars, on various luxury items – a total of over 30 positions that gives in sum about 5 billion hrivnas,” said the Ukrainian government head. “If you want to bring into the country a Rolls Royce or Maserati – pay five prices, it costs 1 million, pay 5 million and ride,” Azarov explained.

He promised that the government in the short run will complete drafting the 2010 budget. He confirmed that the tax collection so far lags behind the schedule. “I hope that by June we will enter a normal rhythm,” Azarov forecasted.

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