Small businesses lose more than S/170 million.  up to date for blockages

Small businesses lose more than S/170 million. up to date for blockages

The from all over the country are losing between S/170 million and S/200 million a day in sales not completed in the middle of the Christmas campaign due to roadblocks and demonstrations. This was reported by the Unión de Mypes del Perú union.

The losses include the sales of micro and small companies (mypes) from various sectors, mainly commerce and manufacturing (footwear and clothing), in addition to tourism, as explained to Peru21 the director of the aforementioned association, Daniel Hermoza.

“The crisis has demotivated consumption, raised prices and, for example, there is a group that has not been able to complete the production of products,” he commented.

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In this context, sales are not the only problem, but also supply. Such difficulties, Hermoza explained, mainly respond to products or inputs that do not reach businesses or manufacturing mypes in various regions due to the blockades.

As an example, he mentioned a group of clothing manufacturers from Chiclayo, who were waiting for the necessary materials to finish products. “They have not even been able to complete some of the processes that they lacked,” he specified.

This situation and the probable impact on the arrival of tourists in the last two weeks of December for Christmas and New Year have led the union to also ask the authorities to secure the airports attacked and unblock the roads to at least partially restore the flow of visitors, whose consumption drives the economy at this stage of the year in several cities.


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