U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo's upcoming visit to Peru —as well as to Chile and Paraguay— strengthens and reinforces U.S. cooperation with several key democracies in the Western Hemisphere.
Peru may surpass LatAm's GDP per capita
Unveiled at Ocean Business this week, Kongsberg Maritime is pleased to report that it has already signed a contract for delivery of a state-of-the-art Sounder USV System, for TASA, the largest fishing company in Peru. Suitably equipped for deployment in fishery applications, KONGSBERG’s new multipurpose USV system will become a crucial resource in TASA’s plans to overhaul and optimise operations throughout its 48-vessel fleet.
In the mountains far above the red-brick city, behind a locked gate, there is a great, green valley. Its high stone walls are streaked by waterfalls; its floor dotted with flowers and grazed by horses and cows. Six boulder-strewn miles beyond the gate, the valley ends abruptly at an enormous wall of rock and ice.
Julio Cusurichi, a Shipibo-Conibo leader, has been working to protect the peoples and forests of his native Madre de Dios region in southeastern Peru. In this interview, he shares about his work as an activist and what is at stake in the Peruvian Amazon.
Peru's economic stability, gastronomy, and world-renowned landscapes turn the Inca country into the most attractive Latin American destination for Czech vacationers.
Those yet to experience the pleasure of Peruvian dishes may be surprised to learn that restaurants in Lima were named the world's sixth and seventh best last year.
Restaurant review: Katsuya Milaneseria Nikkei