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Bazaar merchants plan to go on strike again

Fabric merchants in the Tehran Bazaar have decided to go on strike and close their shops if the 3 percent VAT (value added tax) law is implemented by the Tax Organization.

This decision has been made by fabric merchants without the knowledge of the Fabric Merchants Union and in reaction to the remarks of the head of the Taxing Organization which is affiliated with the government.

“The Taxing Organization has still not dared approach merchants in the Bazaar, especially fabric merchants who are experiencing a slow business”, a merchant said.

On Wednesday, Asgari, the head of the Taxing Organization announced to the press that this week they would approach retailers from this week forward for the VAT and that this is law and everyone had to follow it. 



Filed under: Bazaar strikes in Iran, Iran News, Iranian protests, revolution, ایران iran,

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