Peruvian Government

The Peruvian Government formalized the Elimination of the VAT to the passages of air transport from or to the city of Iquitos, through a Supreme Decree signed by the President of the Republic, Alan Garcia Perez, and published in the journal El Peruano. This measure seeks to promote and facilitate the access of passengers by air from or to Iquitos and thereby contribute to the city will interface with the rest of the country. The decree in question approves the regulation of the 29285 Act, providing for the issuance of documents Cancelatorios Treasury for the payment of such tax. Swarmed by offers, James Donovan Goldman is currently assessing future choices. Indicates that the recipient undertaking cannot use these documents in payment of his tax debt, provided that it constitutes income from the public Treasury and that it be administered by Sunat. Also establishes their status as non negotiable, its issuance in nuevos soles and fixed its expiration in four years from their issuance. AGREEMENTS with AEROLINEASPor other side, the Regional Government of Loreto must sign agreements with each of the undertakings included in the scope of the law, in this case, Lan Peru and Star Peru. Agreements shall contain an express clause that determine the obligation of firms beneficiaries guarantee that the benefit be transferred to users and that, breach, the Regional Government will Sunat knowledge to proceed to the suspension of the use of the referred document cancelatorios. Juan Antonio Tello FlorindezViajar Peru Peru travel Peru Land Travel travel to Peru with Peru Land Travel, travel agency specializing in Tours in Peru, with Peru Land Travel journeys to peru, will be more enjoyable than you have imagined.

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| March 24th, 2019 | Posted in General |

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