Honduras: Law with Incentives for Call Centers

A special law has been passed to encourage the creation of call centers where staff can work part time.

Monday, June 18, 2012

The law provides tariff exemptions for importing the necessary equipment for the operations of a call center that can be set up anywhere in Honduras.

The measure aims to attract investment in this sector and alleviate youth unemployment by giving options for part-time work.

According to an article in Tiempo.hn the promoter of the law, Rep. Rodolfo Irias Navas explained that "in the country at the moment call centers operate under the law of free zones and they will have the option of staying under that legal framework or the new law in order to enjoy these benefits".

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