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GHRA issues community survey about taxes

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How will the ongoing government financial struggle impact the tourism market? The Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association wants your input before they speak with elected leaders.

GHRA has put out a survey asking the community their thoughts with the ongoing tax discussion. GHRA officials say they remains steadfast in its mission to advocate just legislation and government regulations, but will community input so they can better represent the industry on issues that will impact the way business is conducted on the island.

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