To date, 8,400 entrepreneurs have benefited from state-guaranteed loans through the Business Support Program for Micro and Small Businesses (PAE-Mype)reported the Ministry of Production (Produce).
The portfolio also specified that the average ticket of loans delivered is around S/ 18,092, which together is equivalent to an accumulated amount of more than S/ 151 million. Thus, the amount executed since the program entered into force is only 7.2% of the total fund that amounts to S/ 2,000 million.
According to the head of Produce, Jorge Prado, the PAE-Mype will benefit 156,000 entrepreneurs nationwide. However, the validity of the program expires on March 31 of this year.
It should be noted that initially the term ended in June 2021 and was extended.
In March of last year, the Executive made the PAE-Mype program official with the aim of guaranteeing working capital loans of up to S / 60,000 to micro and small entrepreneurs (mypes) in the productive sectors hardest hit by the pandemic.
To access financing, mypes must be classified in the SBS risk center and have a valid RUC, as well as belong to the categories of transportation, food services, entertainment, among others.
On the other hand, the Minister of Production pointed out that as of January 2022, the State, through the Purchases from MYPErú program, has hired around 1,900 mypes for S/ 213 million, generating about 17,109 direct jobs. Through July they expect to benefit an additional 745 small businesses.
They would recommend provisional safeguards to imports
The head of the Mincetur, Robert Sanchezreferred yesterday to the start of the investigation for safeguards on imports of clothing.
I affirm that Until June, Indecopi will issue the final report that will determine the need to recommend or not the application of safeguard measures.
However, it is possible that Indecopi will submit a preliminary report recommending a provisional safeguard measure, he said.
According to the regulations, the document will be sent for analysis and decision to the Multisectoral Commission made up of Mincetur, FEM and produce.
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