MOSCOW, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Russia's government this week approved next year's budget, which features more than 140 billion roubles ($5 billion) worth of tax hikes on beer, petrol, cigarettes, cars and legal fees. The extra money will help plug a hole in the budget left by the economic crisis, but still leave Russia with a deficit of 2.9 trillion roubles. [ID:nLN305115] Following are the details of the planned tax changes for 2010. The budget will now be submitted to the Duma lower house ...
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