The price of the dollar in Peru today, Friday, January 7, starts in S/ 3,9682, as reported by the Bloomberg portal. In the parallel market, the greenback can be obtained at S / 3,950 for purchase and S / 3,985 for sale. On the other hand, the North American currency closed at S / 3.9670 on Thursday, January 6, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
Also, the National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) the international currency is listed at S / 3,967 for purchase and S / 3,973 for sale. For his part, National bank places the price of the dollar at S / 3.8900 for purchase and S / 4.0400 for sale.
On Thursday, January 6, five communities in Ccpacmarca, a district located in Chumbivilcas (Cusco), rejected the agreements reached on December 30, 2021 between the Government, the mining company MMG Las Bambas and the affected population. Currently, the inhabitants of the place keep a section of the southern mining corridor blocked pending contractual improvements. They trust that President Pedro Castillo, Prime Minister Mirtha Vásquez and representatives of MMG Las Bambas will participate in the dialogue this January 14 at the Sayhua Community Stadium.
After it was decided to withdraw Bell’s panettone from the market due to excess trans fat, Indecopi’s Consumer Protection Commission No. 3 authorized the product to be redistributed. Therefore, Peruvian Supermarkets indicated in a statement that more than 500 batches of the festive cake will return to the shelves of its different sales channels.