Last Saturday, legal representatives of the Chambers of Industries, Commerce, and Construction of Guayaquil, filed a precautionary measure with the aim of suspending the effects of the entry into force of the Rate of Customs Control Service that would come into force since Today Monday, November 13.
Gabriela Uquillas, Customs Advisor of the Guayaquil Chamber of Commerce, said that the rate is detrimental to commerce and people in general. “We have evidenced a series of substantive vices that affect its validity and its legality.”
According to Uquillas, the resolution of the customs tax provides for a series of defects of transparency and legal security. (I)