Ecuador’s tax revenues for the first two months of the year fall by almost 20%

Published on March 05, 2020
After a relative recovery in January, national tax collection in February registered a significant fall of 19.5%. Compared to the same period in 2019, revenues for the treasury went from $984.24 million to $792.58 million (this is the lowest level recorded in the last seven years). According to tax analyst Roberto Rivera, much of this is […]

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