Seprec serves more than 800 people on its first day and prepares amnesty for firms that did not update license plates

Seprec serves more than 800 people on its first day and prepares amnesty for firms that did not update license plates

The Plurinational Trade Registry Service (Seprec) – the new entity responsible for the commercial registry of companies – served more than 800 people on its first day. In addition, it enlists an amnesty for all the companies that did not update their license plates and have fines.

This announcement was made by the executive director of Seprec, Álvaro Sepúlveda. The official said that the new entity will better serve the population and that apart from its function of registering companies, will carry out training and will get closer to the people.

Seprec began operating on April 1 of this year and on its first day it served more than 800 people who came to carry out their business registration procedures and gather information.

There are 808 users who have come to our platforms to obtain information about the requirements they need to register their enterprises and companies, they have also requested information about the services we are offering. In addition to knowing our operations facilities”, said Sepúlveda, in statements to Bolivia TV.

On the platforms of the department of La Paz, 255 users were served; in the three offices of Santa Cruz to 221; and on the two platforms located in Cochabamba at 152.

The official also pointed out that the new entity is preparing an amnesty for all companies that could not update their registrations and have a fine imposed by the Company Supervision Authority (AEMP)..

For this to become viable, he said that a Supreme Decree will be enlisted so that these companies can re-register with the state entity.

Sepulveda He added that Seprec is oriented towards productive development, “to the productive units, to our sole proprietorships, we are going to welcome all of them with the benefit of lower costs.”

Furthermore, he said that are reducing by 50% “the registration of sole proprietorships and by 30% in operational procedures, and even some processes have zero cost”.



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