Colombia’s congress is likely to approve the government’s tax bill next week, which will raise revenue by about 20 trillion pesos in 2023, president
- Tax revenue would rise to 23 trillion pesos by 2026, Petro said
- Latest draft of the bill will retain the measure that will make royalty payments by oil and coal companies non-deductible for corporate tax purposes
- Bill will impose a tax on oil and coal exports tied to international prices; the marginal rate will rise as prices increase
- Government agreed to drop a proposal to levy ...