Sinaloa Secretary of Tourism ‘will not lose sight’ of the 3 percent tax on lodging

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He also stated that he has approached the associations of the guild, so he will be listening closely to the requests of each of them

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- María del Rosario Torres Noriega, head of the State Tourism Secretariat, affirmed that within her commitment to the tourism sector she will address the issue of the 3 percent tax on lodging, a resource that is employed for the tourist promotion of Sinaloa.

With the argument that various municipalities of the State consider greater tourist support to other sectors with the use of the 3 percent tax, Torres Noriega confessed to being aware of the claims, for which he assured that it will be an issue that will be investigated.

“A moment ago they commented that some municipalities were complaining that it has not happened in that way (the promotion), so we are reviewing what is happening so that there is no such perception,” she said.

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She also stated that he has approached the associations of the union, so he will be listening closely to the requests of each one of them and “not lose sight of” the issue of the tax.

“I am having meetings with each of the associations, the requests that each one of them has is very important and not lose sight of the fact that this tax is for the tourist promotion of Sinaloa,” argued the official.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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