Monday, 21 September 2020

Uber Vehicles In Panama Will Have To Have Logo And Pay Tax

Uber vehicles in Panama will be obliged to place a painted logo to “identify them definitively as a transport” of the company, says a draft presented by legislators in Panama.

The bill also says that the Uber in Panama will have the obligation to pay a tax on the platform ” to avoid unfair competition, with respect to other types of transport” and that the platform will only charge digitally, as it allows “the user a more effective, efficient, and modern system,” Newsroom Panama reports.

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