Nouvelles

Vendredi, juillet 20, 2018

Most mining exploration activities in Peru are profitable despite the drop in copper price, thus the current trade war between the United States and China would not affect mining investment expectations in the Inca country, Central Reserve Bank (BCR) informed.

Vendredi, juillet 20, 2018

Peru's fishery exports for direct human consumption will total US$1.5 billion in 2018 due to better oceanographic conditions, National Society of Industries (SNI) projected Monday.

Vendredi, juillet 20, 2018

Peruvian economy leads regional growth —as a result of Executive's efforts— boosting public investment among other things, President Martin Vizcarra said on Wednesday.

Jeudi, juin 14, 2018

Peru's terms of trade saw an average 9.2% increase last April from the same period in 2017, marking 22 months of sustained growth, Central Reserve Bank (BCR) informed Wednesday.

Jeudi, juin 14, 2018

Peruvian economic activity gained notable steam in March 2018, increasing 3.93% year-on-year, much faster than the 2.9% annual growth rate observed last February, the latest FocusEconomics' LatinFocus Consensus Forecast report highlights.

Mardi, mai 29, 2018

At its May monetary policy meeting, Central Bank of Peru (BCR) decided to keep the policy interest rate unchanged at 2.75%, the latest FocusEconomics' Consensus Forecast Latin Focus May report recalled.

Vendredi, mai 25, 2018

L'activité minière péruvienne représentait près de 10% du PIB national et près de 62% de la valeur totale des exportations, devenant ainsi la principale source de devises du pays inca en 2017, a indiqué le ministère de l'Energie et des Mines.

Vendredi, mai 25, 2018

Peru is the first Latin American country to host the World Potato Congress, whose 10th edition will take place in southern Cusco City on May 27-31, 2018.

Mardi, mai 8, 2018

Au total, 47,1% des projets miniers péruviens - estimés à 27,562 milliards de dollars - sont concentrés dans les régions de Cajamarca et Apurimac

Vendredi, avril 27, 2018

Le ministre de l'Economie et des Finances, David Tuesta, prévoit que l'investissement minier atteindra 15 milliards de dollars US au cours des trois prochaines années, ce qui aura un impact positif sur la performance économique du pays.