Honduras: Consensus Over Tax Code

The private sector and government have agreed on the basis of a bill to amend the Tax Code which will be sent to Congress for approval.

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

The draft law agreed between the business sector and the Hernández administration includes a single tax for small businesses. 

The president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Cortes (CCIC), Jorge Faraj said they "... felt very optimistic with the new legal instrument which will facilitate the payment of taxes and reduce red tape, which will make the country more attractive for new investment. "

"... The sectors agreed to establish a new Tax Code which is simple, easy and transparent in order to make the country more attractive again for domestic and foreign investment."



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