By Manuel Vigo December 12, 2012 Peru’s cuisine continues to draw international accolades. Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism Jose Luis Silva announced, on Wednesday, that Peru has won two categories at the 2012 World Travel Awards (WTA). Peru was named ‘World’s Leading Culinary Destination’, while Machu Picchu was named the ‘World’s Leading Green Destination’. …
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Good news waits for you south of the equator.
S & P said Peru was expected to grow above 5 percent over the next three years, thanks to the country’s strong economic fundamentals, and macroeconomic stability.
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How do you like us now, Argentina?! Peru has been ranked as the third most globalized country in Latin America, according to the Ernst & Young’s Globalization Index. Peru obtained a score of 3.44 out of 10, and maintained the same position it did in 2010. It placed 41 out…
Peru is one of the leaders in the world’s emerging economies.