The National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) reported that the recovery of the debt stock exceeded S / 6,500 million so far this year, which establishes a new record figure that exceeds the annual amounts reached so far.
This figure was reached after S / 685 million was charged last Friday, within the framework of a coercive collection process, from the company MMG Limited (operator of The Bambas) for a debt challenged before the Tax Court, an instance that gave the reason for the position of the Tax Administration in that controversy.
Of the total recovered so far this year, 89% corresponds to debts of large companies nationwide; likewise, 65% of the referred total corresponds to companies in the mining sector.
Most of the debt recovered for the Peruvian State corresponds to debt contested in litigation that were resolved in favor of the Tax Administration by the Fiscal Court and the Judicial Power, which in the last administrative or judicial instance confirmed the assessments made by the collecting entity .
The result achieved shows that Sunat continues to improve its collection and inspection actions, as well as in defending the criteria used in these processes.
It should be noted that the stock of debt recovered this year is three times greater than what was achieved last year. The highest amount reached years ago corresponds to 2019, when Sunat collected more than S / 3,500 million for the Peruvian State.
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