Peru's economy today reflects like centuries ago its varied geography; the different climate zones facilitate widespread agriculture, the Andes rich in natural resources allow mining and the Pacific Ocean with its waters full of fish makes commercial fishing possible. Economic growth continues to be driven by exports of minerals (mainly gold, copper, zinc), textiles, chemicals, agricultural products (garden produce and fruits), fish-meal, services and by energy projects.
The General Law governs any company established in Peru with national or foreign capitals on Companies. We can establish companies in a sole act performed by the founding partners. To register a Company with only two partners who may be individuals (or a corporate body) and preparing the Minutes of Incorporation is required.
PromPerú, the Peruvian Commission for the Promotion of Export and Tourism, is the agency of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR) in charge of developing strategies to produce an integrated and attractive image of Peru.
Founded in 1969 to improve the business environment and encourage the promotion of investment, trade and interpersonal contact between Peru and Japan, the Japanese Peruvian Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit association.
The INEI is the entity responsible for producing and disseminating the official statistical information that the country needs with the quality, timeliness, and coverage required, in order to contribute to the design, monitoring, and evaluation of public policies and the decision-making process of socio-economic agents, the public sector, and th...
Representing the Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, the Nordic Peruvian Chamber of Commerce was founded in 2009 to strengthen and develop commercial, economic and cultural relations between Peru and the bloc of Nordic nations.
Indecopi, the National Institute of the Defense of Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property, is the Peruvian authority in charge of promoting a free market and protecting consumer rights in the country.
SUNAT, Peru’s National Customs and Tax Administration Superintendence, is a public entity in the Economy and Finance Sector that enjoys economic, administrative, functional, technical and financial autonomy. It is the main tax-collecting agency in the country.
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