Peruvian Foreign Minister set to travel to China

During his stay in China, Chancellor González-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

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.

Peruvian exports to China quadrupled from 2010 to 2023

Peruvian exports to China quadrupled between 2010 and 2023, 14 years after the signing of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two countries.

China increases control of Peruvian Energy Supply and state influence

The growing control that China is exerting over Peru’s critical infrastructure has become a matter of increasing concern.

Boost from China and growing demand: Electric car market in Peru

Photo: Electric Car recharging.jpg. By: Michael Movchin/Felix Müller. Source: WikiCommons. SUNARP figures indicate that that the sale of electric and hybrid vehicles in Peru has grown significantly in recent years. In 2022, 2,680 units of these vehicles were sold, representing an increase of 84.21% over the previous year. Conventional hybrids were the most marketed, followed […]

China outranks Colombia, Brazil and Peru as the largest Amazonian fish producer

In 2020, 59,400 tons of this species were produced in the Asian country, while Colombia produced 33,000 tons, Vietnam: 23,000, Peru: 2,100, and Brazil: 1,800. This is due to the fact that China, together with other Southeast Asian countries, has not only focused on fish production for human consumption, but has also become a leader in breeding Amazonian ornamental fish.

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.

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