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Telefónica del Perú will pay the State S/1,361 million and will ask to split the rest of its debt

Telefónica del Perú will pay the State S/1,361 million and will ask to split the rest of its debt

After more than two decades of controversy, Telefónica will comply, in part, with what was ultimately resolved by the Judiciary.

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Telefónica del Perú reported, via a Significant Event in the Superintendence of the Securities Market (SMV), that it will pay S/1,361 million to Sunat, and thus, comply with what was ultimately resolved by the Judiciary in mid-January 2023.

After more than 20 years of controversy, the telecommunications company will honor its debt with the Peruvian State, although, They recognized that regarding the remaining amounts that may arise from the settlements, they will require a fractionation before the Sunat – based on the Tax Code.

Likewise, Telefónica del Perú assured that the delays in the resolution of the conflict are not attributable to them and questioned that default interest was applied unduly and outside the deadlines established by law, to the point that 80% of the debt corresponds to interest and fines.

According to the Important Fact, the company’s board of directors approved new financing of S/1,700 million for the granting of guarantee letters in favor of Sunat for the eventual fractionation and postponement of the required tax debt as well as to pay any amount.

Bank financing was also authorized for up to S/1,200 million and to issue and subscribe the promissory notes and agreements that are required for said operations.

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Source: Larepublica

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