Machinery Imports Would Be Taxed

If the tax reform proposed by the Salvadoran government is enacted, machinery imports would pay 13% value added tax.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Additionally, expenditure reimbursements and tips would pay value added tax.

Economist Luis Membreño told newspaper Prensagrafica.com: "This, in addition to the elimination of the 'drawback' benefit, does not foster investment nor job generation. It is a new tax increasing companies' cost at a time when we need more industrial reconversion and investment".



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