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Lima, Feb. 09. Agricultural exports from Peru totaled US$4.42 billion in 2013, an increase of 0.8 percent compared to a year earlier, Peruvian Agriculture and Irrigation Ministry (Minagri) has reported. According to the report carried out by this sector, the star products in 2013 were fresh grapes, asparagus, fresh avocados, quinoa, clementines, undernatured ethyl alcohol,...
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Peru’s blueberry industry is very young compared to the likes of Chile or Argentina, but the fruit has been gaining ground in the Andean country were crops like asparagus, grapes, avocado and citrus have achieved renown. At the International Blueberry Organization (IBO) Summit in Santiago de Chile last week, two speakers from this emerging sector...
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GESTION – 6, DEC 2013 .- The growth of the available supply and the conditions for berries cultivation in Peru have stimulated the appetite of Chilean and Argentine businessmen to establish businesses related to trade and production of these fruits in the country. The representative of Sociedad Agricola Santa Ines, Carlos Vial, said that the...
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November 18th, 2013 Peru’s Regional Exporters Association of Lambayeque (AREX) indicated the fruit and vegetable sector could benefit from a number of free trade agreements down the road. Especias turcas Trade policies in the works include agreements with Turkey, Indonesia and India. AREX coordinator, Paola Corvacho Valderrama, said the Turkish market shows promise due to...
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GESTION – 18, NOV 2013. – The retail chain considers that Peruvian market has a potential to increase its exports of tangelo, sweet onion, avocado and blueberry. The company is about to close deals with Peruvian local firms to stop using intermediaries. Last year the bought 185 mill boxes (1 mill from Peru). They are...
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GESTION – 18, NOV 2013. – The land value at Chinecas could exceed the ones at Olmos and Chavimochic. The Olmos project was sold at U.S. $ 3,500 per hectare and better soils up to U.S. $ 5,000, while at Chavimochic does not exceed $ 2,000. At Chinecas the base price will be of US$...
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THE NATIONAL – 10, NOV 2013. – The rise of the grain has been long in coming. Its homelands in Peru and Bolivia still account for about 90 per cent of global production. There, it is put to all sorts of uses – eaten as a breakfast cereal and as a leafy vegetable. Its flour...
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This guide for business and investment is a tool for foreign investors, providing key information on the country’s current economic situation and on the principle tax, legal and labor issues and on incorporating businesses in Peru, as well as general information  on how to invest and do business in the country. [button open_new_tab=”true” color=”Accent-Color” size=”large”...
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Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded the Government of Peru foreign- and local-currency long-term bond ratings to Baa2 from Baa3. The outlook remains positive. The upgrade reflects Peru’s reduced susceptibility to political event risk, continuing robust economic growth and sound fiscal performance, sustained improvement of government debt metrics, and lower exposure to foreign currency denominated debt....
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AGROVISION is a grower, packer, and shipper of fruits and vegetables from Peru exporting to established and emerging global markets such as the United States, Canada, Europe, UK, China and other Asian and Central and South American countries.