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Barahona, Dominican Repubilc.- Stores and other businesses in the city and other towns of the south-western Enriquillo Region are taking part in a protest which started 6am Friday against the mandatory installation of tax-payment printers and the increase of the ITBIS tax.

VALENCIA, Spain.- Dominican Republic offers Spanish investors “tax free” operations in the country’s tourism, agribusiness, textiles, manufacturing and footwear sectors, said Monday Dominican ambassador in Spain, quoted by EFE.

President Danilo Medina on Tuesday sent a bill to Congress to amend the Tourism Development Law, with tax breaks to secure the tourism sector’s sustained development and attract investment by local and foreign companies.

With the aim of strengthening the local film industry, the Dominican Republic promulgated Law 82-13, which solidifies and improves the existing film incentive framework by expanding the scope, term and liquidity of the competitive 25 percent tax credit on all above and below the line expenditures related to the production of feature films and TV […]

The Chamber of Deputies will start their session at 10am today, including debates on proposed legislation on incentive to search for and exploit petroleum or natural gas, and a bill to establish a Zero Tax Rate on Internet service.

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