President Pedro Castillo reported this Wednesday that our country has debts receivable for more than two decades, for which they will seek to pay “the historic debt for the benefit of all Peruvians.”
“The State has debts receivable for more than 20 years. Only the 100 large companies owe 30,000 million soles to the State. I ask, why haven’t the previous governments been able to collect them? ”He said.
Along these lines, he announced that a High Level Commission has already been formed to begin “a process of direct dialogue with companies to collect these debts that for decades have not been canceled.”
Finally, Castillo welcomed the recent ruling of the Constitutional Court in favor of the State, where the claim for protection filed by the Scotiabank bank against the National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) for default interest generated as a result of the 8-year delay in complying with the RTF issued by the Tax Court, which caused the debt to increase by 890%.
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