Venezuela has imposed a new restriction for Peruvian companies in the textile, clothing and footwear businesses; now Venezuelan importers are not allowed to obtain permissions to make purchases from Peru, reports Semana Economica today.
According to the Venezuelan laws, entrepreneurs trading clothing and footwear should must renew their import permits annually, detailing the suppliers, the total amount and the volume of each tariff item to be imported.
However, Peru has been removed from the register of countries authorized to export to Venezuela, same case as Panama and Colombia.
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