Government of Peru reaches agreement with passenger carriers but not with cargo carriers

Vice Minister of Economy, Alex Contreras Miranda, said that “the agreement with the passenger carriers was reached after the commitment that a supreme decree will be published that will allow compensation for the elimination of the exoneration of the selective consumption tax (ISC).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Minister of Economy and Finance of Peru, Óscar Graham, announced that they reached an agreement with the unions of interprovincial passenger carriers who planned to start a strike, for which that sector agreed to suspend the force measure. However, there is still no agreement with the cargo transport union.

Graham commented that “from the Executive Branch we have our doors open, as we have had in these days of intense negotiations in which we have reached important consensus, responsible, viable measures that meet the expectations of the transport unions, so much so that there is . . .

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