By Regulation NAC-DGERCGC22-00000019 issued on May 6, 2022, the Internal Revenue Service extended the deadlines for filing...
Through Resolution No. STFP-04-714-2022, published on May 3, 2022, the Board of Medicines Prices Regulatory Authority provided...
By Decision No. SCVS-INPAI-2022-00003228 dated on April 22, 2022, the Superintendent of Companies, Securities and Insurance resolved to extend the deadline for the submission of financial statements and corresponding reports for fiscal year 2021 to May 31, 2022.
In Resolution 02-2022 -published in Official Gazette 40 on April 11, 2022- the National Court of Justice invoked the principles of equality, freedom of association/trade union freedom, and progressive development of rights, issuing a mandatory jurisprudential precedent...
Trough Resolution C.D. 645 -published in the Official Gazette of April 13, 2022- the Board of Directors of the Ecuadorian Social Security Institute (hereinafter, “IESS” or "Social Authority") issued the "Regulation of Payment Facilities for the Tourism Sector, in application of the Organic Law for Economic Development and Fiscal Sustainability after the COVID-19 Pandemic" (hereinafter, the "Regulation").
On March 18th, the Ministry of Labor - by Ministerial Agreement MDT-2021-087- set the living wage for 2021 and established the payment procedure.
The purpose of this reform is to achieve greater controls, have adequate planning, guarantee the quality of public expenditure, and avoid shortages of health units that are part of the Integral Public Health Network (IPHN).
Through resolution SB-2021-2126 subscribed on December 2, 2021, and published on the Official Gazette 604 of December 23, 2021, the Superintendence of Banks (hereinafter the “Superintendence”) reformed the “Regulations on managing operating risk” (hereinafter the “Regulations”) applicable to “banks, financial service entities and ancillary service entities.”
The Law for Economic Development and Fiscal Sustainability After the Pandemic COVID-19, enacted in the Official Gazette 587, Third Supplement, on November 29, 2021, amended the Tax Code and, among others, the Internal Tax Regime Law. Regulating.
The Law for Economic Development and Fiscal Sustainability After the Pandemic COVID-19, enacted in the Official Gazette 587, Third Supplement, on November 29, 2021, amended the Tax Code and, among others, the Internal Tax Regime Law.
On January 18, 2022, the Superintendency of Market Power Control (“SCPM”) submitted to the National Assembly the Bill for the Organic Law on Unfair Competition (the “BoL”).
The Ministry of Labor through Ministerial Agreement MDT-2021-277, published in the second supplement to Official Register 606 of December 28, 2021, set the minimum wages for each of the 22 economic sectors for 2022.