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Puerto Rico drops VAT plans; higher taxes on multinationals likely to compensate

Puerto Rico’s parliament has voted down plans to introduce a VAT of 16%, leading to fears that the government could impose higher taxes on large multinationals, defined as those generating more than $600 million in sales, to plug the territory’s budget deficit.

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