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Latam Investor Q3 2018 Report

With 80% of the region’s population going to the polls in 2018, this year was always going to be seminal for Latin America. With elections in Chile, Mexico and Colombia already completed we can now see some outlines appearing on the political map of Latin America for the next few years. Meanwhile, with commodity prices from copper to oil moving upwards, the economic…

Peru’s mining bonanza spurring growth, and new investment

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kucyznski, visibly frustrated by the lack of progress in infrastructure and other investment projects during his first year in office, has pledged to get the economy moving with a public spending spree. Now, a windfall driven by surging mining exports looks set to make that possible. Peru’s first half export…

JP Morgan sees Peru’s 2015 economic growth at above 5.5%

 JP Morgan sees Peru’s 2015 economic growth at above 5.5% Peru’s economy is set to go back to growth levels above 5.5 percent by 2015 fuelled by the ramping up of the largest mining projects, accelerating investment and strong consumption, Investment financial bank JPMorgan Chase (JPM) has reported. “There are high expectations…

Peru remains as one of the strongest economies in Latin America

Peru remains as one of the strongest economies in Latin America Peru becomes the third nation in Latin America to earn the coveted “A” grade sovereign rating after Chile and Mexico. Moody’s Investors Service pointed out the falling debt and reduced dependence on metal exports as one of the main reasons for its decision…

Why is Peru’s economy not expanding at originally predicted rate?

On Tuesday, official data was released showing that as stronger mining activity offset a weak month for manufacturing, Peru’s economy expanded less than expected at 4.3% in August compared to the same month last year. The month with the second slowest rate so far in 2013 has been August. 4.6% had been the forecasted growth according…

Peru’s Amazonas region is now more accessible than ever

It has been reported that direct air services will be resumed at Chachapoyas airport in Peru. This will have a significant impact on the tourist arrivals, a supposed 12 percent more tourists will visit Peru’s northern Amazonas region. The resumption of these air operations will greatly boost the tourism industry announced Manual Cabañas,…

Pacific Alliance means business, not weighed down by yesterdays ideology

The Pacific Alliance proves that there is strength in numbers and we all have a lot to gain from working together. We´ve seen this before, haven’t we? Latin American countries coming together to build a bloc that promises to combat U.S. hegemony and bring about radical change in the continent without really saying how they…