We Cabify answered: “we pay our taxes in Spain religiously”

We Cabify answered: “we pay our taxes in Spain religiously”

After the harsh accusations of Podemos, Cabify has come out to clarify that pays taxes in Spain, as in all mark...

After the harsh accusations of Podemos, Cabify has come out to clarify that pays taxes in Spain, as in all markets in which it operates.

yesterday, we pulled the rifle to point at Uber and Cabify, asking for a ban in defense of the taxi industry, with the main argument that multinationals like them are not taxed in Spain, they represent an “unfair” competition for taxi drivers, and represent an advance of what will the TTIP should be finally approved.

Cabify defends criticism, especially around the precariousness of their workers and taxation in Spain Cabify has come his way to deny that not pay taxes in Spain. We were able to talk to a spokesman, who said that yes Cabify taxed in Spain as well as in each and every one of the markets where it operates. “It is great that we attack generalizing against everyone who is not taxable in Spain, but it is not the case Cabify”.

We also wanted deny other charges as revolving around precarity of its workers and consideration of Cabify as a “factory of false self-employment”. According to the spokesman, “employees who have Cabify are those of their offices, drivers are carriers collaborate, and were already discharged as autonomous, not have done. They do not perceive a monthly salary, but have a commercial contract work or service, as they can have many carriers or even taxi drivers. “

a few days ago, Cabify also waylaid a statement following statements by the Spanish Federation Taxi and State Highway Sector FSC-CCOO. Juan Ignacio García-Braschi, Regional Manager of Cabify in Spain and Portugal, defended himself from criticism by pointing out that his company “is a Spanish startup that has launched an innovative project in a transparent manner, agreeing with the competent authority of each piece of our model business and adjusting ourselves to the current legal framework at all times “.

Hipertextual has also contacted Uber but have not been able to make statements about the time of publication of this article.

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