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Protests against Cash Registers at Market Stalls

Published: June 28, 2013 | 7:58 am
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Introduction of Cash Registers at Market Stalls to be Delayed
Individuals working at market stalls have been protesting against the planned introduction of cash registers there. They have told TV3 that the government’s aforementioned initiative contains many deficiencies, and is totally unacceptable to them. According to the traders, they would welcome the establishment of product delivery points which would assist them in official sales of their products.
The traders are being supported by the member of the parliamentary majority Zurab Tkemaladze. Recently, he addressed the parliament with the initiative to delay the compulsory introduction of cash registers for individual traders until 1 January 2014. His request has now been granted by the Economic Committee. Accordingly, the traders will now be able to continue trading without cash registers until the end of the year. Otherwise, the recent changes implemented in the Tax Code would have obliged individuals to start using cash registers at market stalls from 1 July of this year

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