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Peru-Business-and-Investment-Guide
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...
Setting up a Company or Corporation in Peru
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. ...
SUNARP is the governing body of the National System of Public Records in Peru
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.
Domestic workers in Peru - rights and obligations for employer and empleada, salary, bonuses and benefits, social security and more; photo: Andina
While in many first world countries an unaffordable luxury, in Peru having a so-called empleada (domestic worker) that does your cleaning, laundry, cooking, watching the children or even driving you around is quite common and for middle and upper-class Peruvians and foreigners still affordable.
Unemployment rate and average income in Lima, Peru 2017; photo: Andina
Recently INEI, Peru’s National Institute of Statistics, published in its latest Employment Report for the time period March to May 2017 the newest numbers regarding the employment market in Lima; data for whole Peru unfortunately is rare and hard to come by.
2 million Peruvians live from the income bodegas, popular small corner shops in Peru, provide; photo: gestion
Bodegas? Over 400,000 wineries in Peru? No! While there is a not insignificant wine industry in the country, in Peru the term bodega refers to small, mostly family-run corner shops you find in every neighborhood across the country.
Peru Facts & Figures
Below find detailed facts and numbers, data and stats, as well as lots of useful information about Peru related to the topics geography of Peru, Peruvian government & administration, Peru's national symbols, Peruvian economy, people of Peru. health & education in Peru and infrastructure & transport in Peru.
Peruvian work visa information
Foreigners who have a correctly signed and valid work contract with a duration of at least 12 months with a Peruvian company that was approved by the Peruvian Labor Ministry can apply for a resident work visa at the immigration authority "Migraciones" in Peru.
Temporary Work Visa for Peru
If a foreign company posts one of its employees for a limited period (max. 1 year) to a Peruvian company for professional activities in Peru, the to be posted employee has to apply for a temporary work visa at a Peruvian consulate in the country of residence before coming to Peru.
1 out of 10 people have access to a formal employment in Peru - Picture (c) Andina
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.
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