The Peruvian Government is taking necessary steps to expand its GDP growth above 4% in 2018, which might be possible as evidenced by strong performance on some indicators, Economy and Finance Minister Fernando Zavala informed.
Peruvian exports expansion: Region's 2nd most dynamic
Previously uncalculated damage caused by severe flooding in Peru this year has pushed up the cost of rebuilding infrastructure by 28 percent to 25.65 billion soles ($7.92 billion), a government official said Wednesday.Xxxx
Peru's Reconstruction with Changes: Final plan anticipates investment of US$7.9 billion
With strong growth characteristics and increasing diversification of trade, Latin America's Pacific Alliance presents many opportunities for investors.
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski condemned the terrorist attack that claimed lives of three police officers in Peru, plunging the National Police and the whole country into mourning.
Avocado toast, avocado face masks, and avocado desserts are only some of the latest trends in the U.S. growing the demand for the delicious fruit and Peru is ready to provide. Marketing for Peruvian products has hit the streets of the U.S. capital, Washington DC.
Peru launches Superfoods brand at Asia Fruit Logistica
Peru strives to provide high-quality coffee
The parrots of Southeastern Peru crave an earthy delicacy: dirt. At the Colorado clay lick, a cliff face rising above the Tambopata River in the western Amazon Basin, parrots — often hundreds at a time from up to 18 species — gather each day to feast on sun-hardened clay.Xxxxx
Wish you could see out of this world natural beauty? Look no further than Peru.
Researchers discover new tree genus in the Andes
The latest dishes on Sushisamba's menu bring the flavours of the rainforest to London's concrete jungle, in support of the indigenous Asháninka tribe
Getting to Know Destileria Andina
Marcahuamachuco monument is poised to rival Kuelap as northern Peru's most important archaeological site. Why?
The voice of world-renowned Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez has evolved over the past few years.
According to reports, the AFA and president Claudio TAPIA will ask FIFA and CONMEBOL if the match against Peru could be played at La Bombonera. The formal request is expected to be made Wednesday night.
Gareca is on Peru's Side This Time in Quest to End World Cup Qualifying Drought
Argentina And Chile In Danger Of Missing World Cup
Two Miami businessmen who worked for a major U.S. importer of South American gold pleaded guilty Tuesday in a $3.6 billion money laundering case that has shaken up the nation's precious-metals industry.