Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski on Wednesday night assured fellow citizens the government is fully focused on attending emergencies and preventing problems from occurring.
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Last night, after a National Emergency Operations Center (COEN) meeting, Prime Minister Fernando Zavala announced the deployment of State ministers in different rain and flood-affected areas across the country.
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Copper output surged to 196,317 fine metric tons in January this year, up 24.79% from the same month the year before, Energy and Mines Ministry (MEM) reported on Wednesday.
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he spectacular growth in Peru’s fruit and vegetable exports could be temporarily derailed by the heavy rains that have been battering coastal regions since December, killing dozens of people and causing widespread flooding and damage to roads and houses.
Peru's Foreign Affairs Minister Ricardo Luna on Wednesday said Venezuela's situation is a concern shared by various Latin American countries.
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Patricia Calvino has marked every day spent in a Peruvian prison on drug charges since 2013 with a cross through a calendar, a sobering reminder of how long she has spent away from her daughter in Spain.
Odebrecht's Peruvian unit might not be able to pay creditors and suppliers starting next month after $30 million of its local assets were seized by authorities to ensure it will pay eventual reparations for bribes, a company source said.
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The Peruvian Ministry of Defense (MoD) tempered expectations that it might purchase reconditioned Stryker infantry carrier vehicles for the Peruvian Army (Ejército del Perú: EP), and announced that no budget has been assigned to the effort.
Peru could suspend a $525 million airport project if the country's comptroller recommends doing so amid questions over controversial changes to the contract, the transportation minister said Thursday.
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski of Peru and Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Director Carissa F. Etienne met to discuss the major health challenges facing Peru in the context of its approaching bicentennial in 2021 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Peru's Women and Vulnerable Populations Minister Ana Maria Romero-Lozada on Tuesday reaffirmed the country's commitment towards an egalitarian world, where women and girls are fully empowered and their rights are respected.
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This May, South America’s first luxury sleeper train, the 24-cabin Belmond Andean Explorer, will make its inaugural trip across the high plains of the Peruvian Andes. One- and two-night journeys to and from Cusco might include stops at the floating villages of Lake Titicaca, the condor-filled Colca Canyon, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site Arequipa.
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Works to be built in Lima for hosting the 2019 Pan American Games will contribute to the country's economic growth in coming years, Economy and Finance Minister Alfredo Thorne affirmed on Wednesday.
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