Small business associations: 8 out of 10 SMEs are informal in Peru

The president of Pyme Perú said that the growth of large chains must go hand in hand with local small business actors, activating the MSMEs where they operate.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ana María Choquehuanca, president of the Association of Small Business Associations of Peru (Pyme Perú), said this Thursday that micro and small enterprises (MSEs) are still affected by the consequences of Covid-19, and that many of them have gone into informality, for which a reactivation with efficient policies is urgently needed.

During her presentation at CADE 2021, the association representative indicated that 8 out of 10 small and medium-sized businesses are informal in the country. "This is a very strong problem, it is clear that this scenario is strong and alarming", she mentioned . . .

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