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CHATA wants mandatory registration private holiday rental

WILLEMSTAD – The hotel sector wants a mandatory registration of all apartment landlords on Curaçao. This makes it easier to collect the tourist tax. The Curaçao Hospitality and Tourism Association (CHATA) which defends the interests of the hotels, suffers from unfair competition by, for example, AirBNB. They would free ride on the official island promotion […]

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CHATA wants mandatory registration private holiday rental

WILLEMSTAD – The hotel sector wants a mandatory registration of all apartment landlords on Curaçao. This makes it easier to collect the tourist tax. The Curaçao Hospitality and Tourism Association (CHATA) which defends the interests of the hotels, suffers from unfair competition by, for example, AirBNB. They would free ride on the official island promotion […]

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CHATA wants mandatory registration private holiday rental

WILLEMSTAD – The hotel sector wants a mandatory registration of all apartment landlords on Curaçao. This makes it easier to collect the tourist tax. The Curaçao Hospitality and Tourism Association (CHATA) which defends the interests of the hotels, suffers from unfair competition by, for example, AirBNB. They would free ride on the official island promotion […]

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The Level Playing Field Committee provides recommendations to the government

WILLEMSTAD – The Level Playing Field Committee commissioned by the Minister of Finance and Minister of Economic development, recommends the introduction of a mandatory registration system for all accommodation rental providers as of 2019.  This is to increase sales tax compliance and hereby increase funds for promotion and product development of the tourism industry. On August […]

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The Level Playing Field Committee provides recommendations to the government

WILLEMSTAD – The Level Playing Field Committee commissioned by the Minister of Finance and Minister of Economic development, recommends the introduction of a mandatory registration system for all accommodation rental providers as of 2019.  This is to increase sales tax compliance and hereby increase funds for promotion and product development of the tourism industry. On August […]

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Dutch police to stay longer in St. Maarten

THE HAGUE – The Dutch government intends to continue the support the Dutch National Police Force provides in St. Maarten after September 1, to help secure safety on the island. The Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security and the Ministry of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations BZK confirmed this intention on Wednesday in response to […]

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