For nine out of ten Brazilians, tax increases encourage smuggling
Survey shows that the majority of the population blames the government for the increase in Paraguayan products
Most Brazilians (87%) agree that "the increase in taxes in Brazil encourages people to bring smuggled products from Paraguay". The data were released on Thursday (3) and are from a survey by the Datafolha institute, commissioned by the Movement in Defense of the Brazilian Legal Market.
The survey shows that 80% of respondents say that the Brazilian government has responsibility for increasing the smuggling of Paraguayan products. Of this total, more than half (55%) affirm that the public power has “a lot of responsibility”.
Source: R7.com (3/03/16)
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