BY JOHN I. BORJA
In an effort to assist the Guam Legislature and the Calvo administration, the Guam Chamber of Commerce is conducting a survey with its business members to determine the overall perception of a sales tax implementation and the effects of the temporary business privilege tax increase.
Catherine S. Castro, president of the chamber, said the organization is contacting more than 450 members to get their thoughts on the tax adjustments as a way to express to government officials the impact such decisions would make.
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