The government is going to extend for 5 years the moratorium on new CTG

Moscow. October 30. The government may extend for 5 years the moratorium on the creation of new consolidated groups of taxpayers (CGT), told reporters Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Shatalov.

“I think the decision will be for 5 years. Was discussed (at the meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev). I think that the government is already fast enough, such proposals will make”, – he said.

Shatalov explained that in detail until such a solution is not worked. “While we are talking about that new groups are not created, the list of participants (existing groups) does not change,” he said.

The mechanism of the CTG has been operating for over 3 years, his idea was to reduce the administrative burden on business and provide a number of benefits to taxpayers and the state. Now developed 16 KGN. “These are big companies that pay large amounts of taxes, among them are representatives of the oil industry, and communication, and trade, and metallurgy and other sectors. Its consolidated group and are ready to register new holdings,” – said Medvedev earlier.