Three out of four Costa Ricans disagree with government's plan to reform tax system
Three out of four Costa Ricans disagree with the country’s future tax reform plan, according to a poll by Unimer for the daily La Nación.
The results of the poll showed that 75 percent of those citizens who know about the reform disagree with its future implementation.
Only 13 percent agreed with the tax reform, while the remaining 12 percent did not give an opinion.
Original source: Tico Times