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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, September 29, 2014
MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND THE ECONOMY
INLAND REVENUE DIVISION
The Third Quarter Payment of the following taxes for 2014 is due and payable
on or before September 30, 2014:
PETROLEUM PROFITS TAX
GREEN FUND LEVY
Please remember that overdue payments (including short payments) attract
interest at 20% per annum with effect from the due date to the date of payment.
Note: This interest would be included on the Notice of Assessment of
the Tax Return for the relevant Income Year if it remains unpaid at the
time of assessment.
PAY YOUR TAXES EARLY -- AVOID INTEREST
AVOID WAITING IN LONG LINES
Remember September 30 is also the close of the Fiscal Year 2014.
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Hong Kong activists
start bigger protest
Protesters cheer on the announcement of the official occupation of streets surrounding government
headquarters in Hong Kong, China, yesterday. AP PHOTO
CARACAS---US-based Clorox Co.
warns that the Venezuelan govern-
ment s decision to seize the compa-
ny s shuttered facilities near Caracas
may pose safety risks for workers
and nearby residents.
Clorox, of Oakland, California,
closed its production facilities this
week saying it had been operating at
a loss due to government-imposed
price freezes and the soaring costs of
materials and operation.
Venezuelan authorities claim Clorox
has illegally abandoned the country.
The government responded Friday
night by seizing the Clorox factory in
a move it said would save some 800
Although it said it removed all chlo-
rine from the site and locked down
equipment, "the Venezuelan govern-
ment s actions raise grave concerns,
and Clorox and its affiliates cannot
be responsible for the safety of workers
and the surrounding communities."
Clorox: Venezuelan seizure
of plant risks safety
LIMA---A shallow 4.9-magnitude
earthquake has killed at least eight
people whose crudely constructed
homes collapsed in a remote Andean
village near Cuzco, a Peruvian civil
defence official said yesterday.
Carlos Castro of Peru s Civil Defense
agency reported the deaths from the
Saturday night earthquake during an
interview with RPP Radio yesterday
morning. The agency had earlier report-
ed seven deaths on its Web site. (AP)
Authorities say eight
killed in Peru quake
HONG KONG---Hong Kong activists
kicked off a long-threatened mass civil
disobedience protest yesterday to
challenge Beijing over restrictions on
voting reforms, escalating the battle
for democracy in the former British
colony after police arrested dozens of
The announcement by civil leaders
came after a big crowd of tens of thou-
sands turned out around midnight Sat-
urday to support the student protesters
who stormed into a courtyard of the
government complex and scuffled with
police wielding pepper spray. Police
arrested at least 74 people, including
some in their teens.
The night passed peacefully as more
than 1,000 exhausted and weary pro-
testers---most of them students---
remained on the streets outside gov-
ernment headquarters and erected
makeshift barricades with open
umbrellas to slow any advance by
police. They slept wearing face masks
and protective gear of Saran-wrapped
arms, cheap plastic raincoats and gog-
gles, as tired-looking riot police looked
on.Some students hurried to join them
yesterday morning, saying they didn t
want to leave their friends in case of
a police crackdown, but the crowd later
dwindled to a few hundred. (AP)
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