Old Mar 22, 19, 2:33 pm
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Originally Posted by iapetus View Post
So, it sounds as though that's exactly what they intend to do. From the article:
This seems like a very reasonable action to take. What I can't understand is why they didn't try this first before resorting to fines? Given the cost of enforcing fines, you'd think that they would exhaust all other means first ... unless they're only planning to threaten fines.
Governments often think of fines as revenue sources to boost government finances. And taxing tourists even fining tourists over attire in a way by way of more fine revenue could be part and parcel of that.
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