Updated in 24-04-2020

The COVID-19 pandemic generates a temporary and widespread situation of isolation of people at home, closure of services, in the public and private sectors, and interruption of business activity, at the level of production, management and administrative organisation, and is expected to have a significant impact on people's and companies' income, as well as on their immediate liquidity, to the extent that it can be perceived as putting at risk the very survival of many businesses and, consequently, of many jobs.

That said, the inability of businesses to function normally leads to an inability to meet the reporting and payment obligations to which they are bound as part of their tax relations with the State.


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