Honduran Businesses Express Strong Support for Micheletti

When expressing their support, private enterprises proposed an additional 10% income tax.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Leaders of the Honduran Council of Private Enterprises, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Cortés, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tegucigalpa, the Honduran Federation of Agriculture and Livestock Breeders, among others, expressed their support for Roberto Micheletti's government.

"Andi's president confirmed that they will seek to avoid the negative consequences of a possible embargo", published Laprensahn.com. "We are proposing an additional 10% income tax to companies reporting good earnings and a 20% tax to sumptuary goods".

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