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Price of the dollar today in Peru: this is how it is listed this Wednesday, August 31, 2022 in the parallel market

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The price of the dollar today in Peru It is listed at S/ 3,825 for the purchase and at S/ 3,855 this Wednesday, August 31, according to the portal cualestaeldolar.pe. In addition, the exchange rate closed the last day of Monday, August 29, at S/ 3.8320, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).

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On the other hand, last Tuesday, August 23, the National Superintendence of Labor Inspection (Sunafil) approved its protocol for the inspection of labor outsourcing activities in our country, after the adaptation period for companies expired, in accordance with Supreme Decree 001-2022-TR. In this way, this rule eliminated such a figure only in essential activities (core of the business) that require permanent displacement of personnel.

Likewise, the objective of this regulation is to be able to control compliance with the regulations on outsourcing of services in general, and not only the prohibition of outsourcing nuclear activities. Thus, both the main companies and the outsourcing companies will be subject to inspection.

Bills: which bank changes torn bills for you?

All companies in the financial system “are required to exchange bills and coins,” indicates the BCRP. In this way, you can make the exchange at the offices of the best-known banks —BCP, BBVA, Interbank, Scotiabank and National bank—, as well as municipal and rural savings banks and financial companies.

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The procedure has no cost to the public and applies up to a maximum of S/ 1,000 per person. Photo: composition LR/BCRP

The procedure has no cost to the public and applies up to a maximum of S/ 1,000 per person. Photo: composition LR/BCRP

However , the institutions are also required to retain suspected counterfeit banknotes and coins that they receive in their daily operations. After that, they are delivered to the BCRP. “The retention also includes banknotes that contain one or more false parts,” the Central Bank ordered in 2018.

On the other hand, users who have a fractional ticket (one that is missing a part) can exchange it at any office in the Finance systemprovided you meet these requirements:

  • Have more than half of the note, including watermark, color changing ink and security thread
  • Contain at least one of its series and complete numbers (horizontal or vertical)
  • Count the front and back of paper money
  • Since January 2020, the banknote is required to contain a security thread.

Entities are also obliged to retain banknotes that lack a security thread, watermark or ink that changes color without exchange.

Source: Larepublica

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