Guatemala Reviews Textile Incentives

The review aims at identifying companies taking advantage of exemptions without developing its work within that framework.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

President Alvaro Colom said reforms under study would not affect businesses complying with regulations, but "... only those taking inadequate advantage of the exemption ...".

"Laws such as free zones and promotion and development of the textile export industry are the ones governing these business activities,” reported Laprensalibre.com.



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