Russia to Extend Profit Tax

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Russian authorities have prepared draft legislation that would expand the recently introduced excess-profit tax (EPT) and stimulate the development of hard-to-recover reserves. If approved, the new measures could earn an additional $1 billion for state coffers and add additional barrels to the country's output.

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