The Tarot Club

The Tarot Club is a group of Chinese companies, located in Peru, that used an illegal service in order to obtain public bids.

Growing presence of the People’s Republic of China in Latin America

China’s (PRC) great commitment in the last decade has been of great importance, the Asian country saw a great opportunity in the region and has pushed to maintain an important presence.

New port in Chancay Peru secures strategic point of trade with China

Cosco Shipping Ports, one of the largest companies in China (PRC), is making progress in the construction of the Chancay multipurpose port terminal, 80 kilometers north of the Peruvian capital, Lima

Repatriation of Peruvian cultural property on Chinese TV

China Central Television (CCTV) made a television segment in which it gave special coverage to the repatriation of the aforementioned goods and highlighted the work carried out by the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture.

Peru subscribes to APEC environmental commitments

Working in conjunction with the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum, Peru’s performance in the area of sustainable development has been strong. This was evinced by Peru’s reiteration, in the most recent APEC forum, to establish and implement sustainable food systems and food security for its citizens.

Investigations targeting Chinese companies that built hospital in Puno, Perú

In the case of the construction of a hospital in the city of Puno, Peru, China Weihai Construction Group Co Ltd. and China Railway No10 Engineering Group Co Ltd. are being investigated for allegedly obtaining the bid through certain illicit actions.

Growing bilateral trade between Peru and China

According to the Chinese ambassador in Peru, Liang Yu, the trade volume between both countries exceeded US $37,000 in 2021.

Conflicts with indigenous communities and the Chinese MMG Ltd.

The Chinese company, MMG Ltd., is presently facing a conflict with different indigenous communities due to mining expansion projects in Peru.

Peruvian communities, government, and MMG Ltd. sign truce to restart operations at Las Bambas

After several weeks of conflict at the “Las Bambas” copper mine, on June 9, the indigenous communities agreed to temporarily suspend their protest in order to guarantee the resumption of operations at the mine.

Disputes between the Chinese mining company “Las Bambas” and Peruvian indigenous communities

Since April 2022, more than one hundred indigenous residents invaded Las Bambas mine in Peru, owned by MMG Ltd, Chinese resource company.

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