Corporate income tax (CIT) rate is one of the key elements explored by entrepreneurs when considering operating in a respective country. Countries in the Central and Eastern Europe belong to the countries with a rather low corporate income tax rate, which helps them to remain competitive and attract more investors in a globalising economy. These countries try to create a tax system that enhances economic growth, creates new job opportunities and thus helps to generate more revenues from which the taxes will be withdrawn.
Read our short overview “CIT rate development in CEE” and learn more about the corporate income tax rate in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine!
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