Airbnb announces agreement on tax matters with Sinaloa

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Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel and Chris Lehane, global director of public policies of Airbnb, met at the Convention Center to conclude an agreement on tax matters between both parties, through which Airbnb commits itself to collect and remit the 3% tax on the lodging for each reservation made on the platform in the state as of June 1, 2018. In this way, Sinaloa becomes the third state of the Republic in which an agreement is reached on tax matters and in favor of the promotion of tourist destinations in the state, after Mexico City and Quintana Roo. Courtesy Photo Airbnb is a platform that connects travelers looking for a new experience, with hosts that have spaces available and need new sources of income. In markets like Sinaloa, this means that travelers can reach any corner of the state, even if they do not have traditional tourist infrastructure. Courtesy Photo In 2017 alone, 36,500 travelers who visited the entity stayed in an Airbnb, which represented an economic benefit of 37,800 pesos on average for each of the 1,100 hosts of our community residing in Sinaloa. “At Airbnb we seek to make technology economically empower people and democratize the benefits of travel, so that the profits of tourism activities can be distributed among more hands, throughout the community. We maintain our interest and commitment of collaboration with Mexican governments, in favor of innovation, entrepreneurship and tourism promotion “concluded Chris Lehane. Courtesy Photo In this note:
Airbnb
Sinaloa
Tourism Tianguis
Mazatlan
Quirino Ordaz
Chris Lehane

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