With economic links already strong, Peru’s President PPK and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron are working together to strengthen political and social bonds between the 2 nations.
Industry Peru business rounds see deal commitments worth over US$92 million
Demand, employment expectations up in June 2017
Inflation expectations dip, stay within target range
The Government of Peru has decided to call its Ambassador to Ecuador Hugo Otero for consultations, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said in a release on Monday.
Peru orders N. Korean mission to curtail number of staffers
Peru Consulate joins tourism fair in Macao
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski today will meet with opposition leader Keiko Fujimori to address key policies in the Andean country.
Mining & Energy
Peru remains an attractive investment destination by reason of its infrastructure and mining project portfolio, as well as its macroeconomic stability, Lima Chamber of Commerce (CCL) affirmed on Monday.
Peru Police razes 184 illegal mining camps in latest crackdown
Peruvian blueberries find US market profitable while looking to displace Chile as the region’s top exporter.
Cacao, chocolate exports to exceed US$300 million in 2017
Scientists led by Milosz Giersz of the University of Warsaw’s Institute of Archaeology have analyzed samples of tooth enamel and rib bone taken from some of the 64 skeletons found in a 1,200-year-old Wari tomb in Huarmey, Peru
Peruvian food has a way of popping up in the most unexpected places, including in the suburban outskirts of the Chicago metropolitan area.
Restaurant review: Le Soleil
Lima, City of Kings, was once the capital of the entire Spanish Empire in the New World for more than 200 years during the Colonial Era.
Six Peruvian scholars will participate in the 58th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO 2017) taking place in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on July 12-23 this year.
This August, the designer Alan Buanne is traveling to Peru with an unlikely mission: to see some of the country’s most rarefied orchids. The flower serves as one of the principal inspirations behind Neous, the shoe label he founded in London in 2015 with his longtime friend, the fashion stylist Vanissa Antonious.
Rural mental and physical health care access, entrepreneurship and technology are among the critical topics addressed by this year's competitive teaching and research grants through the Rural Futures Institute, RFI, at the University of Nebraska. Worth almost $400,000 in total, the 2017 grants engage faculty and students from across the four NU campuses as well as Kansas University, Purdue University, Peru State College and Wayne State College.