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Foreign trade and tourism: The locomotives of Peru

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On the heels of Peru’s GDP deceleration in 2014, the Economy Minister, Antonio Segura, predicts economic growth of 4.8 percent in 2015. The expected higher production of copper, plus an increase in non-traditional exports, together with a push from tourism, are the keys to revitalizing the “Peruvian miracle.” By Sergio Manaut, from Madrid She looks contented. It’s her first visit to the International Tourism Trade Show (Fitur) celebrated each year in Madrid and she has a lot to say. Magali Silva, Peru’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, explains that Peru’s foreign trade has two different sides. The largest part, […]
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