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Peru Investment can be a very interesting option now a days. With major unstable economies in USA and Europe, many investors are looking at emerging countries such as Peru. The goverment is trying to attract foreign and local investment in all sectors.



The goverment has come up with measures to encorage investment such as lower trade barriers, eliminate restrictions and open the economy to foreign investment. As a result of that, Peru is one of the most open investment countries in the world.

The country has incredible natural resources and it is the third biggest in South America. During the last years, it has reduced poverty from 50 to 30% and the unemployment is around 3% in Lima (the capital) and 10% in other regions.

The agriculture is one of the most powerful sectors in Peru, and the main exports are copper, gold, zinc and crude oil. It is estimated that only a 10% of the overall national territory with mining potential has been explored.

Peru Investment Main Facts

  • Peru´s economy has been steadily growing during the last 8 years
  • The internal consumption expectations are very high
  • Many investment projects, mainly in public infrastructure and agricultural trade
  • GDP increased by 8.93% in 2010
  • Diversification of exports (mining, agricultural, fishery , hydrocarbon products and several manufactured products)
  • Due to the diversity of historical sites and regions, Tourism one of the most interesting investing sectors in Peru
  • Elimination of price control and restrictions on foreign direct investments
  • Peru is the fifth major gold producer in the world


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    Cesar Vallejo was a great poet from Peru. He studied at the National University of San Marcos in Lima, 1916. He wrote Los Heraldos Negros , one of the

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