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Petro Signs Private Property Oath, Gutierrez Meets Business Leaders

COLOMBIA
  • Leftist presidential candidate Gustavo Petro pledged not to expropriate private property if he wins the presidency.
    • Petro signed a document in a notary in Bogota saying that he “swears under oath” not to seize anyone’s assets.
  • Additionally, candidate Petro said Colombia’s tax code should move toward a system in which small and medium-sized enterprises pay lower taxes than larger companies in a webcast event organized by La Republica newspaper.
    • Lower taxes for smaller companies should be offset by higher taxes on dividends for individuals.
  • Colombian presidential candidate Federico Gutierrez speaks with business leaders about his economic proposals in a talk webcast by La Republica newspaper. The event is scheduled for 0900 Bogota time.
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  • Leftist presidential candidate Gustavo Petro pledged not to expropriate private property if he wins the presidency.
    • Petro signed a document in a notary in Bogota saying that he “swears under oath” not to seize anyone’s assets.
  • Additionally, candidate Petro said Colombia’s tax code should move toward a system in which small and medium-sized enterprises pay lower taxes than larger companies in a webcast event organized by La Republica newspaper.
    • Lower taxes for smaller companies should be offset by higher taxes on dividends for individuals.
  • Colombian presidential candidate Federico Gutierrez speaks with business leaders about his economic proposals in a talk webcast by La Republica newspaper. The event is scheduled for 0900 Bogota time.