Shopping Amazon stores will sell products with price without taxes

The action is a protest against the high weight of the tax burden in the country and takes place on June 1.
19/05/2017 16h42 - Updated 20/05/2017 16h44
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The Chamber of Shopkeepers Young (CDL Young), in partnership with the Amazonas Shopping, makes, not next day 01 of June, the 7th edition of Tax Freedom Day (DLI), in 10h to 22h period. In this day, shopping center tenants who join the campaign, They will deduct the value of the product taxes, selling them the actual price. The action is a protest against the high weight of the tax burden in the country.

Freedom Day participate Taxes shopkeepers of various segments, between them, footwear, clothing, electronics and restaurants. This year, the action will be held simultaneously in the capital 12 Brazilian states. Are they: Amazon, Amapá, Bahia, Ceará, federal District, Holy Spirit, Goiás, Minas Gerais, Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina.

According to the superintendent of the Amazonas Shopping, Eduardo Zucareli, It is a high tax burden in the country, in all segments.

"This action is very important, so that people become aware of the amount of tax that is paid for each product ", He stressed.

The CDL Youth coordinator, Erick Bandeira, It explains that the amount of taxes paid is equivalent to the work of Brazilian, counting from January 1 to June 1. "Are 151 worked day of the year just to pay taxes ", highlighted.

She claims that half the value of some products, sometimes even more than that, It refers only to taxes levied. a video game, for example, has 72% embedded tax in your price. The beer has 55%, shoes 58%, cell phone 33% and popsicle 38,6%.

The CDL Young Manaus, that previously held the campaign only at gas stations, He went to innovate from 2016, taking her to the mall and turning national case. In 2017, several other Brazilian cities also promote the campaign in shopping centers.


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