Peru has the potential to grow above 5% and move forward towards achieving prosperity and innovation, Peruvian Prime Minister Fernando Zavala said on Wednesday.
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The Annual Conference of Executives (CADE) 2016 is an appropriate platform to develop State policies that transcend governments and benefit the country, Peruvian Chamber of Construction (Capeco) head Francisco Osores stated on Wednesday.
Central Bank: CADE brings auspicious conditions to improve business confidence
Mining & Energy
Mining and Hydrocarbon sector saw a 15.58% rise in October 2016 from the same month a year ago, marking 20 months of consecutive growth, Peru’s National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI) reported.
Various provinces across La Libertad, Arequipa and Puno are in a state of emergency due to the extreme drought affecting these regions.
Peru: "Frozen avocados: a profitable alternative"
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski described his official visit to the southern country —where he met with Chilean counterpart Michelle Bachelet— in positive terms.
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Peru’s higher education reform is essential to experience growth rates of 5% and be a more competitive country, economically speaking, stressed Alberto Rodriguez, Director of the World Bank (WB) for Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.
A spectacled bear was photographed for the first time in the Rio Abiseo National Park, a reserve in the Peruvian Amazon region of San Martin, officials said.
Amazon: rainforest road threatens Peru's last isolated tribes
Virgilio Martinez, chef and co-owner of Central restaurant in Lima, discusses Peruvian cuisine with Bloomberg's David Gura on "Bloomberg Markets."
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Hiking the Incan Trail to the ancient stronghold of Machu Picchu sits at the top of many travelers’ wish lists. The sacred citadel—which sits perched high up in the Andes Mountains—was “discovered” (as much as an outsider can discover a local historic site) in 1911 by an Indiana Jones-type Yale professor named Hiram Bingham. He was lead to the ancient city, which was built around the 1450s, by a local boy and was
understandably stunned by the beauty and grandeur of the abandoned site.
Paracas National Reserve, ideal oasis for CADE 2016 attendees
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski extended his heartfelt condolences to the relatives of Chapecoense plane crash victims.
Confidence boost for Pan-American Sports Women Leaders as Forum concludes in Peru
Peru-based Cinepapaya touts itself as offering a turnkey e-commerce solution for theater owners, including ticketing, payment, ticket validation and business intelligence software packages. Cinepapaya’s exhibition clients include Cinemark, Cinepolis, Cine Colombia, Cinestar and Cine Pavilion.
Former first lady returns to Peru to appear before judge