Guatemala: More Investment in BPO´s

EGS Guatemala has announced the expansion of operations in customer services, billing and back offices for telecommunications and energy.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

From a statement issued by the Ministry of Finance in Guatemala:

Guatemala, March 15, 2016. The Minister of Economy, Ruben Morales, participated in the inauguration of EGS's third site in Guatemala, Primma 2. This company belongs to the call center and BPO sector, one of the two sectors covered by Decree Law 19-2016.

Minister Morales said that "The Emerging Act on Conservation of Employment is vital for outsourcing services companies in this sector and maquilas to see the country as an attractive and competitive location for direct investments. The expansion of EGS, which will provide a thousand new employment opportunities is the result of that legal certainty. "

See also: "Guatemala: Tax Exemptions for Textile Companies and Call Centers"

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