The SAT spends 160,000 million pesos to contain the rise in gasoline

The SAT spends 160,000 million pesos to contain the rise in gasoline

Raquel Buenrostro, head of the Tax Administration Service (SAT), explained this Monday in a morning conference that these supports have been able to keep Mexico with an inflation rate of 7.65% as of May, which is lower than the United States; 8.58%.

Within the framework of the 25th anniversary of the fiscal authority in the country, Buenrostro explained that the measures to make tax collection more efficient have contributed to the population with fewer resources, and the one most affected by inflation, continuing to receive transfers by priority social programs, such as pensions for older adults and Youth Writing the Future.

“The resources of priority programs were maintained, young people and older adults maintained their income level for their subsistence, regardless of the crisis, consumption remained linear and constant in consumer and department stores,” said the head of the SAT.

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