On Tuesday, December 26, regular customers of the Éxito warehouse located in the Unicentro shopping center, north of Bogotá, found themselves with unexpected news that the establishment had been closed by the National Directorate of Taxes and Customs (Dian).
This measure, which took effect today, will last for three days and, according to preliminary information, is due to alleged non-compliance by the company regarding new electronic invoicing procedures.
Aside from Dayan's decisions, there is deep discomfort in the democratic center with the decision taken, especially during the Christmas season, which is the time when companies generate the most income and there is also a wide range of jobs for Colombians.
– Josias Fiesco (@josiasfiesco) December 27, 2023
Josias Visco, national coordinator of activism and struggle in the community, said that the closure of the warehouse is arbitrary and brings to mind what happened in Venezuela with private companies.
“It was shut down by Petro, by Diane de Petro, and it is an example of an anti-business regime. This is how Chavez started in Venezuela, with clear attacks on businesses that generate jobs.
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