Peru's economy today reflects like centuries ago its varied geography; the different climate zones facilitate widespread agriculture, the Andes rich in natural resources allow mining and the Pacific Ocean with its waters full of fish makes commercial fishing possible. Economic growth continues to be driven by exports of minerals (mainly gold, copper, zinc), textiles, chemicals, agricultural products (garden produce and fruits), fish-meal, services and by energy projects.
There are different legal entities which investors can use in order to incorporate businesses in Peru. The main legal forms of companies according to law are corporation, limited liability companies, branch offices, joint venture, etc. Any proceedings may be carried out directly or through a representative.
Peru has been given good forecasts by the best-known risk rating agencies, which have not only ratified the country's investment grade but have also raised the Peruvian sovereign credit rating. The factors backing these ratings are the solid economic prospects reflected in a GDP growth of 5.3% for 2013, and about 6.0% for 2014.
PromPerú is the agency of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR) that is in charge of developing strategies to produce an integrated and attractive image of Peru. This image will help develop domestic tourism and promote the country to the world as a privileged destination for inbound tourism and investment. It is also in charge of...
In 2006 we created LimaEasy just a few months after arriving in the Peruvian capital in a time when there wasn’t much detailed and especially up-to-date info in English about the city around. Within the following 8 years we made LimaEasy with lots of love and passion a household name and tremendo...
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