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Lawshi® aims to serve our clients with “one-stop” legal and commercial services throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Our Lima (Peru) office offers advice across all major areas of law. We pride ourselves to be strategic advisors, counselors and advocates for most of our clients. Whether you are an industrial company or an insurance company, a housing corporation or a care provider, you can expect a long-term mutually beneficial business relationship with the team in our Lima (Peru) office.
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Companies incorporated in Peru are subject to income tax on their worldwide income. Non-domiciled corporations and their branches, agencies or permanent establishments are only taxed on income earned in Peru.
Countries across the region are currently reforming their legislative frameworks, bringing them into line with global norms. While some Latin American countries carry certain risks for businesses, the larger economies are much safer, and almost all regions are taking measures to improve their legal and regulatory structures in a bid to stamp out fraud and corruption. In the meantime, firms can take steps to protect themselves when entering into a deal, and perhaps the most important measure is thorough due diligence prior to closing the transaction.
M&A trends in Latin America
Latin America boasts great investment opportunities with attractive risk levels, higher returns than home markets, and access to a large population base with growing income.
Practical tips to register a company in Peru
Peru is a real haven for foreign investment, many foreigners have successfully managed to set up a business in Peru thanks to...
Digital tax developments in Latin America
Latin American economies are making real progress to address the tax challenges arising from the digitization of the economy. This international entity also expects that further digital tax developments in Latin America provides stability and certainty in
Energy sector arbitration in Latin America
The arbitration culture in Latin America has exploded, driven largely by a desire to avoid litigation in the courts. Many states have adopted arbitration laws that...
A guide to learn about the statutory requirements of a company in latin america
Many key factors are responsible for the commercial opportunities that are available in Latin America which have been described below:...
Essential guide to register a company in Latin America
There are four main company types in Latin America. The requirements, characteristics and how they operate differ slightly between countries; however, there are some commonalities:...