Faced with the decision to increase taxes for Ensenada, Baja California, through the 2022 Income Law, the president of the Concanaco Servytur, Héctor Tejada Shaar, asked the municipal authorities to review the consequences that could lead to the country’s commerce sector, since “tax certainty is essential to ensure free trade and, consequently, the economic and social well-being of Mexicans.”
Following the recent complaints expressed in Ensenada, Baja CaliforniaFor businessmen and merchants who feel aggrieved by municipal policies, the leader of the merchants established in the country demanded that the authorities review any excessive increase in taxes, charges or tributes, as well as the arbitrary imposition of fines or sanctions.
“Respect for Rule of law and the establishment of a tax system and regulatory improvement fair and true for all and all citizens is the only way to achieve economic growth and social welfare of Ensenada, Baja California and Mexico”, Stated the president of the Confederation of National Chambers of Commerce, Services and Tourism (Concanaco Servytur).
Héctor Tejada offered the municipal authorities to work together for economic growth, within a framework of legal and tax certainty for consumers, entrepreneurs and merchants.
“The merchants and entrepreneurs in Mexico are all those that generate an economy, from the man or woman who sells seafood in the cart, handicrafts in the market, medicines, accessories, clothing, family food businesses in the country, always in formality, and that in Ensenada comply with the guidelines imposed by the three orders of government, referring to fiscal policy or any other matter ”, recalled Tejada Shaar.
This excellent disposition, which extends to all and all merchants and entrepreneurs in Mexico, was maintained, recalled the president of Concanaco, also in the most difficult times of the pandemic due to Covid-19, when the business sector, civil society – doctors, nurses and other health personnel, of course – and authorities worked together for and for Mexico.
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