López Obrador said that he has already sent a letter to the CCE detailing which firms are the ones that should be updated on their tax obligations.
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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said in his morning conference that if the 15 large Mexican companies that are indebted to the Tax Administration Service (SAT) pay the resources they owe, that money will be used to give credits to small and medium-sized companies ( SMEs).
The president said that the resources would be used to grant less than a million loans for businesses to resist the economic blow that the Covid-19 pandemic and the fall in world oil prices have caused in the country.
López Obrador said that he has already sent a letter to Carlos Salazar Lomelín, the Business Coordinating Council, where he details which companies should update their tax obligations.
“If they are 50 billion, as they have with what, if they paid us those 50 billion instead of a million credits for small businesses, it would be 3 million; Here I make the commitment that this money will be for small businesses, both in the formal and informal economies, ”López Obrador said in his daily conference.