CARACAS, Venezuela, June 23 (Reuters) - Venezuela's tax authority said on Thursday it had closed administrative and sales offices of General Motors , Mazda and Renault for two days as part of a crackdown on tax irregularities. The SENIAT tax agency said the sanctions came after an inspection last year revealed what officials described as book-keeping violations and a failure to meet other legal requirements by the companies. A SENIAT official said the measures would temporarily shut ...
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