Peru, Japan to hold talks on avoidance of double taxation


Peru's Deputy Foreign Minister Jose Beraun (right) and Japan's ambassador to Peru, Fukukawa Masahiro (left). Photo:ANDINA/Hector Vinces.

11:43 | Lima, Apr. 14 (ANDINA).

Peru will begin the process to hold talks with Japan aimed at discussing an agreement to avoid double taxation between the two countries, according to Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Peru’s chancellery highlighted the political will of both countries to further deepen ties, for which it is scheduled to start negotiations concerning a double taxation avoidance treaty.

“Leading entrepreneurs of Japanese corporations and government agencies were among the hundreds of attendees at the investment road show where the issue was met", the Ministry said.

On the Japanese side, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi commended the positive economic outlook presented by Peru, highlighting its strong macroeconomic fundamentals and a promoter frame which provides stability and legal certainty to foreign investment.


Published: 4/14/2013
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