Peru’s economy reflects its varied topography – an arid lowland coastal region, the central high sierra of the Andes, the dense forest of the Amazon, with tropical lands bordering Colombia and Brazil. A wide range of important mineral resources are found in the mountainous and coastal areas, and Peru’s...
For 2016 and 2017, we forecast a temporary acceleration in growth
This site provides industry analysis, forecasts and economic, political and operational risk analysis in Peru.
The Personal Income Tax Rate in Peru stands at 30 percent.
Domiciled individuals are subject to income tax on their worldwide income, whereas non-domiciled individuals are only taxed on their Peruvian-source income.
There are different types of legal entities which investors can use in order to incorporate businesses in Peru. The main legal forms of companies according to law are: corporation, limited liability companies, branch offices, joint venture, etc. Any proceedings may be carried out directly or through a representative.
A Sociedad Anonima Cerrada (S.A.C.) is one of the best types of company for doing business in Peru.
Any company established in Peru with national or foreign capitals is governed by the General Law on Companies. Companies are established in a sole act performed by the founding partners. To establish a Company only two partners who may be individuals (or a corporate body) and the preparation of...
This site provides a detailed summary of the bureaucratic and legal hurdles faced by entrepreneurs wishing to incorporate and register a new firm in Peru.
The Corporate Tax Rate in Peru stands at 30 percent. Corporate Tax Rate in Peru averaged 29.82 percent from 1997 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 30 percent in 1998 and a record low of 27 percent in 2003. Corporate Tax Rate in Peru is reported by...