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Peru simplifies its insurance system to attract investors | World Finance

Peru simplifies its insurance system to attract investors | World Finance | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it
Peru's economy continues to grow at a strong rate, attracting lots of attention from overseas investors. At the end of July 2012 the Wall Street Journal named Peru the 'New South American Tiger'. Not surprising, as economic ...

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Peru’s Economy Could Grow Faster if Corruption Curbed – Former Prosecutor : Peruvian Times

Peru’s Economy Could Grow Faster if Corruption Curbed – Former Prosecutor : Peruvian Times | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it
Economic growth in Peru, one of Latin America’s fastest-growing nations, could be much higher if officials curbed corruption, said Ivan Montoya, a former prosecutor.
“If we have better controls of corruption, much less corruption, our levels of growth would be much higher, as well as the rates of investment would also be greater,” state news agency Andina reported Montoya as saying.
“I’m not saying that there isn’t growth,” he added, “but that it (corruption) slows down the growth.” Montoya was head of the Extraditions Unit in the general prosecutor’s office.
Peru’s economy is buzzing along, growing 6.5% in the third quarter of this year. It is expected to grow slightly higher than 6% for the full-year 2012 and about the same rate of expansion is forecast for 2013. The economy grew 6.92% last year and 8.8% in 2010.
However, officials have been warning recently that the country needs to do a better job at curbing corruption, which risks holding back growth and development.

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Long term growth predicted for Peru

Long term growth predicted for Peru | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it

The Republic of Peru is fairly new to the global education sector but as one of the fastest growing economies in Latin America, it holds much promise for the future.

To learn more about market opportunities, ICEF Monitor sits down with Carolina Cardoso from C2M Marketing & Eventos, a boutique company based in Brazil which specialises in trade shows, events and market research. Mrs Cardoso explains that now is the right time to enter the Peruvian market and invest in laying the groundwork and establishing your brand, so that those connections will pay off in two or three year's time.

Watch our exclusive video interview and read the accompanying article here: http://monitor.icef.com/2013/09/long-term-growth-predicted-for-peru/.


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Peru’s Economy Could Grow Faster if Corruption Curbed – Former Prosecutor : Peruvian Times

Peru’s Economy Could Grow Faster if Corruption Curbed – Former Prosecutor : Peruvian Times | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it
Economic growth in Peru, one of Latin America’s fastest-growing nations, could be much higher if officials curbed corruption, said Ivan Montoya, a former prosecutor.
“If we have better controls of corruption, much less corruption, our levels of growth would be much higher, as well as the rates of investment would also be greater,” state news agency Andina reported Montoya as saying.
“I’m not saying that there isn’t growth,” he added, “but that it (corruption) slows down the growth.” Montoya was head of the Extraditions Unit in the general prosecutor’s office.
Peru’s economy is buzzing along, growing 6.5% in the third quarter of this year. It is expected to grow slightly higher than 6% for the full-year 2012 and about the same rate of expansion is forecast for 2013. The economy grew 6.92% last year and 8.8% in 2010.
However, officials have been warning recently that the country needs to do a better job at curbing corruption, which risks holding back growth and development.

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Peru's Economy Slows Down

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Turismo Sierra del Peru - Economic Tourism in Peru

Información viajes a Perú. Información sierra del Perú y viajes económicos y con bajo presupuesto. Para información turística gratuita, escríbanme aquí : htt...
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Peru's economic growth definitely stronger in coming months

Peru's economic growth definitely stronger in coming months | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it
LIMA, March 19 (Reuters) - Peru's economy in February andMarch will definitely grow at a pace faster than January's4.23 percent year-on-year expansion, Central Bank PresidentJulio Velarde said on Wednesday.Velarde

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False Shining Path Claims Underline Problems Within Peru Media

False Shining Path Claims Underline Problems Within Peru Media | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it

April 18, 2014 — An investigative media outlet in Peru has exposed a Peruvian newspaper for publishing false information regarding ties between the Shining Path rebel group and its political wing, Movadef, raising questions over whether it was carelessness or willful omission behind the newspaper's oversight.

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Peru simplifies its insurance system to attract investors | World Finance

Peru simplifies its insurance system to attract investors | World Finance | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it
Peru's economy continues to grow at a strong rate, attracting lots of attention from overseas investors. At the end of July 2012 the Wall Street Journal named Peru the 'New South American Tiger'. Not surprising, as economic ...

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Peru makes “aggressive” push for fresh PPP investment — Castilla

Peru makes “aggressive” push for fresh PPP investment — Castilla | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it
Peruvian finance minister Miguel Castilla says the country is working to rebalance the economy away from commodity exports ("Peru's average amount of projects was $300m to $500m.

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Corruption in Peru Aids Cutting of Rain Forest - New York Times

Corruption in Peru Aids Cutting of Rain Forest - New York Times | Economic Development Project Peru | Scoop.it
Corruption in Peru Aids Cutting of Rain Forest New York Times PUCALLPA, Peru — Afraid the police would tip off suspects, Francisco Berrospi kept local officers in the dark when he headed into the rain forest as a prosecutor to investigate illegal...

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