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Venezuelan migration has US$35 million positive fiscal impact in Peru

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Venezuelan migrants and refugees generate a positive fiscal impact of 139 million soles (US$35 million) in Peru, a value that could increase by 113% should the Andean country promote efficient public policies favoring the labor and economic insertion of this migrant population.

These figures were disclosed Thursday (26) by economist David Licheri during the presentation of the first study prepared by the Peruvian Venezuelan Chamber of Entrepreneurs and Executives (CAVENPE) and the Konrad Adenuaer Stiftung (Kas), which assessed the real and potential economic impact of Venezuelan migration in Peru.

The report estimates that the fiscal . . .

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