Bases Legales De Las Pymes En Venezuela 2021

Resolutions Nos. 002/2021 and 003/2021 of the Ministry of People`s Power of National Trade declared that the standards mentioned therein were VENEZUELAN COVELIN standards of a national nature[9]. The Autonomous Service of Registers and Notaries (Saren) registered 19,284 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in 2021 to promote the growth of new economic actors as well as their participation in national trade, thus promoting Venezuelan entrepreneurship. The national government has approved the 100% exemption from fees for the registration of trademarks, patents and copyrights for productive small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) created during the COVID-19 pandemic until December 31, 2021. [4] Official Journal No. 42.128 of 17 May 2021). A few days later, Judgment No. 015-047 was rendered, which, by a clerical error, annulled Administrative Decision No. 015-029 of 15. April 2021, which was published in the Official Gazette of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela No.

42.128 of 17 May 2021 (Official Gazette No. 42.131 of 20 May 2021). SMEs whose capital does not exceed 400 Petros are exempt from payment; It is important to mention that since 2020 and to date, there are a total of 27,818 SMEs; (7,657 approved in 2020; 19,284 in 2021 and 877 so far in 2022). It should be noted that currently 26,941 SMEs have been registered, broken down as follows, in 2020 a total of 7,657 were granted, while in 2021, 19,284 were admitted; Compliance with national executive guidelines to support the country`s productive sector by simplifying procedures, procedures and response times with the implementation of the online application system. By judgment no. ONCDOFT-002-2021, the judgment was reprinted, which adopted the rules of the single register of obliged entities before the National Office against Organised Crime and the Financing of Terrorism (RUSO-ONCDOFT), which had originally been published in Official Journal No. 42.098 of 30 March 2021 and which had already been reprinted in Official Journal No. 42.116 of 29 April due to typographical errors. of 2021[2], as already indicated in this letter LEĜA. The Autonomous Intellectual Property Service has announced that productive SMEs created during the pandemic period will be able to file trademark, patent and copyright applications free of charge until December 31. On the other hand, President Maduro announced the exemption from customs duties for the patent application until December 31, 2021. With Decree No.

4.617, Sohail Nomardy Hernández Parra was appointed for a new term from the 28th century. Confirmed as Director of the Central Bank of Venezuela in May 2021[11]. By formalizing their SMEs in the corresponding commercial register, users also benefit from advantages such as exemption from royalties and taxes for concession rights; as indicated by the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, on 26 August 2020 and reaffirmed on 6 April 2021. Judgment No. DG-2021-004 established the criteria for loading the annual accounts as a condition for entry and approval in the national register of contractors[5]. During a meeting on May 26, 2021 between President Nicolás Maduro and members of the National Assembly, aspects of the draft law on special economic zones were discussed. According to President Maduro, the draft law would be divided into several parts: In May 2021, the adopted regulation addressed certain specific aspects related to uniform registration in the fight against organized crime and terrorist financing, contributions to science, technology and innovation, public procurement and food labelling. No law has been passed in the National Assembly. On May 27, 2021, the law of the Grande Mission Jeunesse de Chamba was adopted by the National Assembly.

According to Psuv deputy Yurami Quintero, who presented the report for the second discussion of the law, it is intended to promote the work and educational integration of the young Venezuelan population. On 27 May 2021, the draft partial reform of the Organic Law on Missions, Major Missions and Micromissions was approved during the first discussion.