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Doing Business in Peru. Potential of Peru. Inhabitants: ~ 28.674.000 Area of Peru: 1.285.220 km² (496.226 square miles) Official Currency: Nuevo Sol (PEN). Spoken languages: Spanish, Quechua, Aymará Borders: With Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador Capital: Lima

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Potential of Peru

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  • Inhabitants: ~ 28.674.000

  • Area of Peru: 1.285.220 km² (496.226 square miles)

  • Official Currency: Nuevo Sol (PEN).

  • Spoken languages: Spanish, Quechua, Aymará

  • Borders: With Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador

  • Capital: Lima

  • Typical products: fish and fish products, gold, copper, zinc, petroleum, coffee, sugar, cotton

  • Voltage: 220 V / 60 Hz

  • Telephone prefix number: Peru phone country code ++51

  • Time Zone: GMT/UTC -5

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Mining: Several Megaprojects

Bayóvar

US$ 479 mill.

Toromocho

US$ 2,000/2,200 mill.

2010-2012

Río Blanco

US$ 1,440 mill.

2011-2012

Las Bambas

US$ 1,000 mill.

2011-2012

Minas Conga

US$ 1,000 mill.

2010-2015

Los Chancas

US$ 1,000 mill.

2013-2015

La Granja

US$ 1,000 mill.

2012-2014

Galeno

US$ 900 mill.

2010-2015

Quellaveco

US$ 1,000 mill. (aprox.)

2011-2013

Michiquillay

US$ 700 mill.

2012

Southern

Tía María y Ampliaciones Toquepala, Cuajone y Refinería

US$ 1,174 mill.

2008-2011

Cerro Corona

US$ 421 mill.

2008

Cajamarquilla: Ampliación de Refinería de Zinc

US$ 500 mill.

2007-2009

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Source: Gestión, Empresas, Proinversión and others. Done by: Macroconsult.


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Gas and oil: New developments

Perenco (ex Barrett) Lote 67 Marañón River

US$ 1,600 mill.

2008-2010

Refinery of Talara Modernizatión

US$ 1,000 mill.

2009-2011

North of Peru Oil Duct

US$ 800 mill.

2010-2011

REPSOL Lots 39, 57, 76, 90, 103, 109 Exploración, Processing plant and duct

US$ 1,000 mill.

2008-2015

Peru LNG: Liquefaction plant. Transportation of natural gas and investment in field

US$ 3,800 mill.

Hasta 2010

Additionally:

Investment engagements in oil lots already awarded by more than US$ 1,000 mill. (2008-2012)

REPSOL

La Pampilla Modernizatión

US$ 450 mill.

2009-2012

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Source: Gestión, Empresas, Proinversión and others. Done by: Macroconsult.


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Oil & Quemistry: Expansion based in Camisea

  • Additionally:

  • Enaex - FertilizerUS$ 400 mill. (2012-2013)

  • Premium Oil US$ 1,000 mill. (2013-2015)

CF Industries

Basic Oil & Quemistry US$ 1,000 mill.

2012-2013

Protexa

Basic Oil & Quemistry US$ 500 mill.

2012-2013

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Source: Gestión, Empresas, Proinversión and others. Done by: Macroconsult.


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Real State & Retail

Falabella Group

2008-2011: 31 Tottus

2008-2011: 5 Mall Plaza

Ripley:

2008: 4 tiendas

2009: 2 tiendas

Parque Arauco US$ 150 mill. (2008 -2009)

Terra Mar Projects

Piedras Gordas

US$ 750 mill.

2008-2018

Jockey Plaza US$ 100 mill. (2008-2010)

Supermercados Peruanos US$ 50 mill. (2008)

Collique

US$ 150 mill.

2009-2012

Investments Wong Group

National wide US$ 80 mill. (2008)

Graña y Montero: Los Parques del Agustino

US$ 57 mill.

2008

Adicionally:

More than US$ 110 mill. in Lima (3 projects), Cusco y Arequipa.

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Source: Gestión, Empresas, Proinversión and others. Done by: Macroconsult.


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Ground Transportation

Hub Amazonas Centro

US$ 160 mill.

IV 2008

Road Network N°2 Interoceánica Sur (Urcos-Inambari)

US$ 93 mill.

2008-2010

Road Network N°4 (Pativilca – Santa – Trujillo)

US$ 150 mill.

IIIT 2008

Road Network N°3 Interoceánica Sur (Inambari-Iñapari)

US$ 142 mill.

2008

Proyecto tren eléctrico

US$ 280 mill.

IT 2008

Road Network N°4 Interoceánica Sur (Azángaro-Inambari)

US$ 120 mill.

2008

Road Network N°6 (Pucusana-Cerro Azul-Ica)

US$ 183 mill.

2007-2010

Road Network N°5 Interoceánica Sur (Ilo-Matarani-Azángaro)

US$ 184 mill.

2008-2009

Road Network N°1 Interoceánica Sur (Marcona-Urcos)

US$ 99 mill.

2008

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Source: Gestión, Empresas, Proinversión and others. Done by: Macroconsult.


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Ports & Airports

Paita Terminal port

US$ 160 mill.

IIIT 2008

  • Adicionalmente:

  • Equipment Enapu: US$ 193 mill. (2008-2010)

  • Regional Airports- 1st group: US$ 135 mill

  • Regional Airports – 2nd group: US$ 155 mill (IVT 2008)

South Dock

US$ 617 mill.

2008-2011 -2015

Ancón - Terminal of containers and bulk cargo.

2008-2010

Chancay Terminal of Bulk cargo, Minerals & Terminal of Containers

2010-2011

Mining Terminal Counter

US$ 80 mill.

2008-2010

Végueta Terminal of Minerals

US$ 40 mill.

2008-2010

Dock No. 5

US$ 100 mill. (aprox.)

2010

International Airport of Cuzco2012-2015

Ilo Port Terminal

US$ 100 mill.

IIIT 2008

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Source: Gestión, Empresas, Proinversión and others. Done by: Macroconsult.


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Key Points

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  • SUNAT administrates following taxes:

    • Income Tax.- 30%.- Tax payers make monthly advance payments calculated in a % of the monthly incomes and liquidate at the moment of the presentation of tax declaration in March following year. There are more specifications depending on the industry. “Income Tax Code” regulates all transactions.

    • Monthly Sales Tax 19%.- It is a system that tax the consume. Tax payers apply the 19% over the sale or purchase of goods and pay the difference to SUNAT if sales tax is bigger than purchase tax. On the contrary, there will be a credit tax on behalf of the tax payer that will be applied to the next month Sales tax calculation. There are more specifications depending on the industry. “Sales Tax Code” regulates all transactions.

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  • Import Duties.- It is a percentage applied to the import of goods: 12% of the customs value. “Customs Code” regulates all operation.

  • Dependant work income tax.- 15% of monthly salary. With scales depending on the income level. Regulated by Income Tax Code.

  • Independent work income tax: 10% Professional services. Regulated by Income Tax Code.

  • Tax on rental property: 6%. Regulated by Income Tax Code.

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  • SUNARP regulates all property rights issuing the corresponding registration.

  • CENTRAL BANK OF RESERVE control the liquidity into the system and could intervene to take care of financial emergency situations.

  • JUSTICE SYSTEM administrantes Justice through the Supreme, Superior and Specialized Courts.

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  • EFFICIENT BANKING SYSTEM.- corresponding registration.

  • STOCK EXCHANGE INSTITUTION.

  • STRONG PENSION FUNDS INSTITUTIONS.

  • CHAMBERS OF COMMERCES SPREAD AROUND THE COUNTRY.

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Our office corresponding registration.

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  • As a leader consultancy firm located in Lima we are used to handle every project as a business challenge.

  • During all these last 19 years of experience we have received a good range of job requests from national and multinational organizations.

  • Our expertise is based on Accounting, Taxing, Auditing, Human Resources Outsourcing.

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  • Our team is continuously trained in a program called handle every project as a business challenge. “Permanent Training Program” so that our partners and associates are always ready to respond with precision and certainty.

  • Our organizational structure is based on “Delegation of Responsibility” to our staff always supervised by more experienced members of our firm to ensure that all queries and needs are properly cleared and satisfied respectively.

  • We are very aware of your financial needs: having the right information at the right time. We support our clients on the issuance of the “Financial Reporting Package” to be correctly issued into the first five days of each month as a policy of high priority from our clients.

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OUR PARTNERS: handle every project as a business challenge.

  • RAUL HERNANDEZ .- Economist, Certified Public Accountant.

    [email protected]

  • ROSANA RANDICH .- Auditing, Certified Public Accountant.

    [email protected]

  •  JENNY RANDICH .- Administration & Finances, Certified Public Accountant.

    [email protected]

    OUR ASSOCIATES:

  • CARLOS SUAREZ .- Auditing, Certified Public Accountant.

  • RODRIGO CALLUPE.- Criminal Law, Taxing Law.

  • ENRIQUE UGAZ.- Certified Public Accountant, Diplomed in Cost Accounting.

  • MANUEL VELASQUEZ .- Certified Public Accountant, Taxing Law, Diplomed in International Trade. [email protected]

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