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The Anti-evasion Plan is the main strategy oriented to improve the revenue level in a progressive manner, where each taxpayer fulfills its responsibility according to the law and its capabilities.

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The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, said this morning in a morning interview that with the new reform to the Pension Law, it was corrected that no one in the country will be able to have a pension above US$3,000.

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The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, announced in a press conference that, at the end of november 1 of this year, the tax amnesty resulted in the collection of US$131.3 million, which corresponds to approximately 25,000 taxpayers who applied for the amnesty.

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Finance minister Alejandro Zelaya inaugurated the new El Amatillo Land Customs Office in Pasaquina, La Unión, a work that will boost regional trade and allow the constant flow of means of transportation thanks to the integration of the different institutions involved in the border process.

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The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, presented to the Legislative Assembly a request to subscribe a financing operation with the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF).

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The Ministry of Finance reminds salvadorans that tomorrow november 1st, is the last day for individuals or companies to take advantage of the tax amnesty and pay their debts with the institution.

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The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya delivered four initiatives to the President of the Legislative Assembly in order to protect the pockets of salvadorans in the face of the international inflationary crisis and cushion the economic cost of the same.

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The President of the Republic Nayib Bukele, informed through his Twitter account that this day they sent 2 bills to the Legislative Assembly to secure funds and make a transparent, public and voluntary purchase offer to all bondholders of salvadoran sovereign debt from 2023 to 2025, at the market price at the time of each transaction.

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The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, informed in a morning interview that the country has an adequate level of tax collection, up to june 30, an additional US$585 million was obtained, above the amount collected by 2021, exceeding by 18% the projection made for this year.

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The Central Government informed that it has already outlined a plan to honor its debt commitments on time in the short and medium term. There is no danger of the country falling into default.

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