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  Bismarck, ND 58505-0599
  328.7088 phone
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Sales Tax Exemptions

Ag Commodity Processing Plant Construction Materials
Coal Gasification Byproducts
Coal Mine Machinery or Equipment
Electrical Generating Facilities - Coal-Powered
Electrical Generating Facilities - Wind-Powered
Electrical Generating Facilities - Other
Gas Processing Facilities
Liquefied Gas Processing
Manufacturing Equipment
Oil Refineries
Telecommunications Infrastructure
Sales Tax Exemption Approval Process
Biodiesel Equipment
Carbon Dioxide for Enhanced Oil & Gas Recovery
Hydrogen Generation Facility

Computer and Telecommunications Equipment

For primary sector businesses other than manufacturers and recyclers, a sales and use tax exemption is allowed for purchases of computer and telecommunications equipment. To qualify for exemption, the equipment must be an integral part of a new primary sector business or create an economic expansion of an existing business, and the primary sector business must be certified by the Department of Commerce Division of Economic Development and Finance. The exemption does not extend to the purchase of replacement equipment.


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