Saturday, April 06, 2013

MALLORCA TODAY - Years of unpaid taxes at Alcúdia's market

Alcúdia town hall has acknowledged that it is owed almost 25,000 euros in taxes from market traders, money that it is unlikely to receive. The debt relates to non-payment of charges for, for instance, the removal of cardboard. The town hall says that a situation has been allowed to occur whereby licences to trade have been renewed even though there have been outstanding debts, and this has been unfair on those traders who have met their obligations. The twice-weekly market is to be trimmed down in terms of the number of stalls in an attempt to restore quality over quantity and there is to be a crackdown on the sale of pirated goods.

See more: Diario de Mallorca

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