Month: November 2020

Costa Rica: Inactive companies and tax obligations

Traditionally, corporations have been used in Costa Rica as means to organize both the corporate and the family´s patrimony. Prior to the Public Finances Strengthening Act, such property-owning corporations did not hold any lucrative activities or were taxpayers of Income tax. However, a reform introduced by this Act approved on December 2018, classifies these corporations as …

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El Salvador: The reinforcement of renewable solar and wind energy generation through energy storage

Written by: María Alejandra Tulipano and Marcela Zelaya In a future that foresees an unmistakable electrical trend with fast evolving power sources in a decarbonization context, storage is essential as a complement to its infiltration in the energy matrix, which has been clearly evidenced by the exponential growth that this issue has had in recent …

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El Salvador: Cogito Ergo Sum: “Think therefore I exist … REGISTER”

Written by: Francisco Medrano We love creating! It is in our nature. One of the main characteristics of the human being is the constant ability to create and generate new ideas that are used in many areas of our lives. In this article, we will focus on trademarks and distinctive signs such as the creation …

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