President of Peru to carry out state visit to China to expand relations

Photo: Flickr. The President of Peru, Dina Boluarte, is preparing an official state visit to China in June with a broad economic agenda, which will include a meeting with her counterpart Xi Jinping. Peru鈥檚 Minister of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, 脕ngel Manero, announced the president鈥檚 plan to visit China during a press conference, highlighting the […]

Chinese participation in Peru’s ports is on the rise

Peru awarded Chinese company Jinzhao the construction of the New San Juan de Marcona Port Terminal.

China seeks to strengthen cooperation with Argentina, Peru and Bolivia to promote the Belt and Road

China meets with counterparts from Argentina, Peru and Bolivia to strengthen cooperation with Latin countries and boost its Belt and Road initiative

Peru and China reactivate Economic and Technical Cooperation Commission

Peru and China reactivated the Joint Intergovernmental Commission for Economic and Technical Cooperation after nine years

Peruvian Foreign Minister set to travel to China

During his stay in China, Chancellor Gonz谩lez-Olaechea will meet with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi

Chinese company loses arbitration case in Peru

China Railwall requested an extension of time and recognition of increased expenses but was rejected by the court

China鈥檚 Cosco Shipping retains exclusivity over Peruvian megaport following law change

The approved modification focuses mainly on the exclusivity of port services granted to the owners of private ports for public use.

Peru seeks to improve the FTA with China ahead of APEC summit

Peru seeks to improve FTA with China at APEC 2024 to strengthen its trade position.

Possible law change complicates Chinese company’s control of the Peruvian megaport

The National Port Authority (APN) presented a project to change the National Port System Law (LSPN), which would affect the exclusivity of Cosco Shapping Ports for the use of the new port of Chancay.

Peru seeks to revoke exclusivity agreement over Chinese port

The construction of the port of Chancay in Peru, led by COSCO Shipping, is affected by a lawsuit from the local port authority to annul the exclusivity agreement.

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