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How Tto Do Bussines In Peru

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“Oportunidades de negocios en el Perú”
EDUARDO BERNALES Ministro Consejero Comercial
Embajada del Perú

Bogotá, 1 de setiembre de 2009

¿ POR QUÉ HACER NEGOCIOS CON EL PERU ?

¿Por qué hacer negocios con en el Perú?

1. Estabilidad macroeconómica – Reconocimiento internacional. 2. Clima favorable para la inversión – Reglas de juego estable. 3. Acceso a mercados – Política de integración comercial. 4. Desarrollo de Infraestructura – Aumento de la competitividad. 5. Socios CAN: Arancel cero. 6. Bogotá-Lima a menos de tres horas.

Estabilidad macroeconómica
Variables ligadas a la inversión en el Perú (variaciones con respecto al año anterior)
2004 PBI (var%) Inversión Privada ...view middle of the document...

Fuente: Standard & Poor`s, Fitch Ratings y Moody´s

Estabilidad macroeconómica
Sobresaliente crecimiento económico 6% de crecimiento promedio para 2009 – 2011**
Mundo
12% 10% 9.8% 9.0% 8% 6.7% 6% 4% 2% 0% 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009* 2010* 2011*
Fuente: Fondo Monetario Internacional , Banco Central de Reserva del Perú y Ministerio de Economía * Cifras estimadas

Perú

Crecimiento del PBI (Variación anual %)

7.6% 5.0% 4.0% 5.1%

Estabilidad macroeconómica
Excelentes proyecciones en comparación con el resto de países latinoamericanos
PBI–2009 (Var. %)

Fuente: CEPAL. Balance Preliminar de las Economías de América Latina y el Caribe. December 2008.

Competitividad

Desempeño Económico •1er lugar en Latinoamérica •Posición 14 a nivel global

Competitividad •2do lugar en Latinoamérica •Posición 35 a nivel global

Eficiencia de los Negocios •3er lugar en Latinoamérica •Posición 30 a nivel global

Eficiencia del Gobierno •2do lugar en Latinoamérica •Posición 32 a nivel global

Clima favorable para la inversión
El Perú ofrece un marco legal favorable para la inversión extranjera…
Trato no discriminatorio. Acceso sin restricción a la mayoría de sectores económicos. No se imponen requisitos de desempeño. Libre transferencia de capitales Libre competencia. Garantía a la propiedad privada Libertad para adquirir acciones a nacionales. Libertad para acceder al crédito interno y externo. Libertad para remesar regalías. Red de convenios de inversión, miembro de CIADI y MIGA. Miembro del Comité de Inversiones de la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico (OCDE).
Marco Legal: Disposiciones Constitucionales, “Ley de Inversión Extranjera ”Decreto Legislativo N° 662, “Ley Marco para el crecimiento de la Inversión Privada”, Decreto Legislativo N° 757, “Ley de promoción de la inversión privada en Obras Públicas de Infraestructura y de Servicios Públicos”, TUO aprobado por el Decreto Supremo N° 059-96-PCM

Convenios Bilaterales de Inversión
Canadá Estados Unidos* Australia China Corea Malasia Singapur Tailandia Alemania Bélgica y Luxemburgo Dinamarca España Finlandia Francia Holanda Italia Noruega Portugal Reino Unido República Checa Rumania Suecia Suiza

Cuba El Salvador Argentina Bolivia Chile Colombia Ecuador Paraguay Venezuela

* TLC

Convenios de Estabilidad Jurídica
Sistema legal que garantiza la estabilidad de las normas y regulaciones básicas PARA INVERSIONISTAS NACIONALES Y EXTRANJEROS

Trato nacional. Libre disponibilidad y remesa de moneda extranjera*. Régimen de Impuesto a la Renta aplicable a los dividendos.
Y SU EMPRESA RECEPTORA

Régimen de contratación de personal. Régimen de promoción de exportaciones. Régimen tributario referido al Impuesto a la Renta.

- Durante diez años. - En el caso de concesiones, el plazo está sujeto al tiempo de duración del contrato (máximo 60 años). - El único requisito: invertir mínimo US$ 5 millones (US$ 10 millones en minería e...

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