'New Computer Law increases smuggling in Amazonas'
The statement is from an analyst who points to the readjustment of national electronics prices as an incentive to purchase irregulars.
Products from different sectors enter the country illegally, without proper technical or health certification. They do not collect taxes and, in addition to harming the health of the population, it subtracts the employment of Brazilians, increases insecurity in cities and borders and attacks sovereignty and national defense.
The recent amendment to the Computer Law, which readjusted values of electronic products by up to 10%, according to experts, increases the risk of smuggling products such as smartphones, tablets, modems, computers and notebooks also in Amazonas.
Source: Portal EM TEMPO (13/09)
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