They ask the Government to include merchants in dialogue for tax reform

The new president of the National Council for Trade in Provisions (CNCP), Julio Pérez, asked the Government to summon that organization to the table of constructive dialogue, which seeks to listen to the ideas and opinions regarding a tax reform.

The businessman from Santiago, who took office yesterday, said that the CNCP has every intention of being part of the solution and is aware that all sectors are currently facing the consequences of the pandemic.

“Taking into account that the Dominican economy is in a recovery process, and that, if the fiscal reform is not agreed in the correct way, said recovery would be affected"said Pérez in his speech in which he also advocated for it to be the least harmful to consumers and micro, small and medium-sized enterprises.

The businessman also said that as a sector they see as positive the determination of President Luis Abinader to make the police reform a reality.

“It is necessary to recognize and value the work that our authorities have been doing in judicial matters, having the hope that we did not have for a long time, that everything that is done to the detriment of any public or private entity, physical or moral, will have its consequences. consequences and sanctions, thereby achieving the long-awaited end to impunity and corruption, ”he said.

Yesterday, when the National Trade Day is celebrated, Pérez assumed the presidency of the CNCP for the period 2021-2023 in replacement of Tomás Marcano, being sworn in by the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Víctor (Ito) Bisonó.

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