The dollar price in Peru today, Monday, December 13, trades in the parallel market at S / 4,040 the purchase and S / 4,080 the sale. In addition, according to information from the Bloomberg portal, the exchange rate is S / 4.0596. For its part, the National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat), places the dollar at S / 4,065 for the purchase and S / 4,076 for the sale.
Faced with the expectation for the new tax reform proposed by the Government of President Pedro Castillo, the Deputy Minister of Economy, Alex Contreras, announced that, with this measure, the State’s income would increase by S / 12,000 million annually. Of that amount, the official clarified that approximately S / 3,000 million would arise from changes in the mining tax scheme and the modification of the first and second category income tax.
On Thursday, December 9, different groups and unions of workers presented before the Executive a draft bill that seeks to eliminate the regime of Administrative Contracting of Services (CAS). The proposal responds to the ruling of the Constitutional Court (TC), which declared the partial unconstitutionality of the Law 31131, which proposes provisions to eradicate discrimination in labor regimes. With its promulgation by the Government, the legal initiative plans to incorporate the more than 500,000 workers hired under the CAS modality to the special labor regimes 276 and 728.
On an economic level, different users in the Loreto region reported that, despite the Executive’s announcement about the decrease in LPG, the price of a 10-kilo gas bottle varies between 73 and 100 soles. On the other hand, the National Telecommunications Program (Pronatel) reported that, over the past three years, 1 million 136 thousand 402 Peruvians from rural areas of the country were able to access a free internet connection through this initiative.