17 May

Foxtrot pays a quarter larger taxes than last year

In 2018, the companies developing the Foxtrot brand paid taxes of UAH 655,665,164 (+22,6% compared with 2017). 

- Larger taxes paid by Foxtrot is our contribution to strengthening the state of Ukraine, chairman of the supervisory board at Foxtrot Valerii Makovetskyi says commenting on the statistics. It proves Foxtrot to be a law-abiding brand and a social leader. In the household electronics market, where the grey segment may reach 90%, it serves as an example of the business civic-mindedness and the win-win strategy development. 

- Partnership with Foxtrot strengthens our activities and increases the number of fair taxpayers, says Dmytro Boiarchuk, CEO of Case Ukraine. We are pleased to find like-minders in Foxtrot, the people who are not only aware of the importance of fostering demanding voters but also making their own noticeable contribution to improvement of public service quality.  

Let us note that over January-December 2017, the Foxtrot Group of Companies paid taxes of 534,781,357 to the budgets of all levels (+30% compared with 2016).

Being one of Ukraine’s biggest household appliances and electronics dealers, Foxtrot found itself in the top-200 ranking of Ukraine’s biggest employers in 2018, according to the State Fiscal Service’s