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Government prepares credits for mypes of the textile-clothing sector

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In the framework of National Mypes Daythe ministries of Foreign Trade and Tourism and of the Productiontogether with the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM) list two types of credits for the reactivation of the micro and small businesses of the textile-clothing sector.

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Thus, according to the head of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (mincetur), Robert Sancheza “Texco Credit” is prepared, for an amount of S/ 400 million, in charge of the Cite Confections Technical Unit of the Ministry of Production.

In addition, another benefit called “PAI Texco”, with a budget of S / 20 million soles by Mincetur. In this sense, he pointed out that the TEXCO Dialogue Table will be installed.

It will also seek to improve the efficiency of State Purchases and Executing Nuclei of the sector through the new Plan of Commercial Missions TEXCO, of Promperú.

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Meanwhile, the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) finance Pima cotton crops.

In this way, the Executive, in the words of Sánchez, prepares the TEXCO National Reactivation Plan.

Final report on safeguards is awaited

This last Saturday, May 14, the Executive’s Multisectoral Commission – made up of the Ministry of Economy (MEF), the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur) and the Ministry of Production (Produce) – ordered not to apply the provisional safeguards to the imported clothing.

According to Supreme Decree No. 006-2022-MINCETUR published in El Peruano, Indecopi’s preliminary report “has not taken into consideration the breadth and heterogeneity of the investigated product for the determination of the considered and/or similar product” nor “the existence of a significant group of tariff subheadings that do not present an increase in such quantity and conditions such that they cause serious damage to the domestic industry”. In addition, they question that the measure only applies to some products.

In that sense, the Multisector Commission points out that the decision made now will not affect the final decision that is made once the Indecopi issue the final technical report.

Regarding the case, Minister Sánchez specified that the working group awaits the final report that Indecopi will present in June to decide whether or not to apply the safeguards.

“In June, with the final report on the textile safeguards by Indecopi, decisions will be made on their application by the multisectoral committee in accordance with due process and commercial legal compliance with a Country vision. Gamarra is respected”, he wrote on his Twitter account.

Source: Larepublica

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