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Capital:
Lima
Form of government:
Presidential Republic
Area:
1 285 216 км2
Population:
30 million
Currency:
Peruvian New Sol (PEN)

Peru

The most ancient state of Peru is located in the northwestern part of the South American continent. It is one of the largest countries by area in South America - 1,285,220 km². The population of Peru is over 30 million people. The capital is Lima. It is a republic according to the political regime.

The country is administratively divided into 295 provinces, in most of which people speak Spanish. However, the indigenous population, the descendants of the ancient Indians, continue speaking Quechua and Aymara, which have been changed to some extent under the influence of the Spanish language. The monetary unit of Peru is the Peruvian sol.

Advantages

Peru is a country with a developing economy. It has a lot of natural resources, which gives an excellent basis for the development of heavy industry, the oil refining sector and the export of petroleum products. In addition, you can freely export capital from Peru, which allows entrepreneurs to quietly conduct their business in the country.

After completing the registration procedure for its own company in Peru, the owner of international business will obtain a number of advantages:

  • completely transparent procedure for the company’s opening, however, in some cases it may take 2.5 months;
  • preferential taxation system for owners of medium-sized and small businesses;
  • wide opportunities for opening an enterprise in the sphere of services and tourism (restaurant, hotel, entertainment center);
  • the government gives a license to non-residents for the company’s work in a special register, as well as issues a special permit for signing documents;
  • possibility of opening a company remotely, through a trustee from the Peruvian consulate.
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