Peru: The Next Step
Peru: the next step looks at the changes in the Peruvian economy since the beginning of the 1990s. The book offers the foreign investor an invaluable insight into understanding the mechanics of this dynamic market. It guides the reader through the economy, infrastructure, privatisation process, financial and business environments as well as detailing foreign direct investment, explaining the workings of the capital markets and providing solid facts about the fiscal and legal frameworks affecting the foreign investor.
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