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Business Part 5TinTinUpdatedOctober 25, 201861800100
In this guide we have collected important additional legal background for the corporate environment in Peru. Before reading this, you should have a good understanding of the "Company & Corporation Types in Peru" that is the second part of our Business & Investment Guide.
Business Part 1TinTinUpdatedFebruary 16, 202095970104
Peru is seeking to attract investment, both domestic and foreign, in all sectors of the economy. For such purpose, it has taken the necessary measures to establish a coherent investment policy that eliminates barriers that may be faced by foreign investors. As a result, it has been considered one of the countries with the most open investment regimes in...
Business Part 3TinTinUpdatedFebruary 17, 202075070103
Any company established in Peru with national or foreign capitals is governed by the General Law on Companies. Companies can be established in a sole act performed by the founding partners. To register a Company only two partners who may be individuals (or a corporate body) and the preparation of the Minutes of Incorporation are required.
Business Part 2TinTinUpdatedFebruary 17, 202088530101
There are different types of legal entities which investors can use in order to incorporate businesses in Peru. The main legal forms of companies are: corporation, limited liability companies, branch offices, joint venture, etc. The following corporation and company types are those most commonly used in Peru.
The analysis of José Carlos Saavedra (specialist for macroeconomic analysis), indicated that only 1 out of 10 people have access to a formal employment in Peru. The full analysis of José Carlos Saavedra will be presented to the congress on the 6th and 7th of October.