Guillermo Lasso vows he will send tax-cut bill to Congress on his first day as President of Ecuador

The president-elect will seek to eliminate the 2% sales tax on micro-enterprises and the tax on foreign currency outflows, while he will try to lower the VAT tax within the framework of an economic incentive plan.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After winning the second round of elections on Sunday, Guillermo Lasso assured that his government will bring about a "real change" in Ecuador, after an era of the left in power marked by the figure of ex-president Rafael Correa, sentenced to 8 years in prison for corruption. According to the 65-year-old former banker Lasso, the main changes to be promoted by his administration will involve the economic sector and will include tax cuts and incentives.

During an interview with CNN, the president-elect announced that on the first day of his administration - May . . .

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