The senator seeks exemption from the payment of the contribution to the Social Integration Program (PIS) and the Contribution for the Financing of Social Security (Cofins)
This Wednesday (15), Senator Randolf Rodrigues (Rede-AP) promoted a meeting between the minister of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ), Mauro Campbell, and the president of the Federation of Commerce, Goods and Services and Tourism (Fecommerce – Amapá), Ladislao Monte, to address the exemption from payment of the contribution to the Social Integration Program (PIS) and the Contribution for the Financing of Social Security (Cofins) of companies located in the Free and Trade Areas (ALC) from Macapá and Santana.
The action, in STJ, seeks to definitively resolve the non-payment of these taxes that has been avoided with isolated lawsuits over the years.
The parliamentarian explained that the customs system that maintains the advantages of the ALCs is in danger, there is a judicial decision that determines the restoration of the collection of the PIS It’s from Cofins. “We are going to present a legislative initiative to protect Amapá companies/industries and preserve jobs”explained the senator.
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