Peru in 2020: Stories to read

As part of the promotion of Financial Innovation in Peru, PROMPERU and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship of the University of the Pacific (Emprende UP) are promoting the internationalization mission for Peruvian fintech companies in Mexico that will take place from October 7th to 11th.

Renting a 60-square-meter, two-bedroom apartment in a middle-class district like Lince is more expensive in Lima than Mexico City and Bogotá, according to a market study by the real estate portal Properati, with a presence in more than five Latin American countries.

The Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur) announced on Thursday that the Government will boost exports of manufactures in order to reach the US $ 5 billion to the Bicentennial of Independence. There are a plan and strategies to promote the various manufacturers to boost shipments of this item to the world by 2021.

Russian Helicopters, a subsidiary of Russian state-owned Rostec, will open military and civilian maintenance center in Peru to provide services throughout Latin America, including Venezuela. This despite a warning made by Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State. to be Latina to be cautious in its relations with China and Russia.