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IPDAL in business meeting with AICEP and Peruvian authorities

The President and Secretary General of IPDAL were present at the meeting promoted by the Agency for Investment and Foreign Trade of Portugal (AICEP) with the ministers of Foreign Affairs and Economy and Finance of Peru, under the theme “Peru – Investment Opportunities and Cooperation”.

This Monday, January 30th, the President of AICEP, Pedro Reis, said that there are now 93 Portuguese companies that export to Peru and praised the political and social stability, combined with the great economic growth of the Latin American country.

In the action that aimed to identify new business opportunities with Peru, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rafael Roncagliolo, pointed to Portugal as a strategic partner in the foreign policy of the region’s fifth largest economy.

The Minister of Economy and Finance, Luis Miguel Castilla, recalled that Peru’s GDP has tripled since 2001 and that, in the same period, it saw exports grow by around 300%, always with controlled inflation.

The Executive Director of ProInversion (a Peruvian organization equivalent to aicep), Héctor Herné Rodríguez, presented business opportunities and active investment projects in Peru.

IPDAL IN MEETING WITH AICEP AND PERUVIAN AUTHORITIES

The President and General Secretary of IPDAL were present at the meeting promoted by the Agency for Investment and Foreign Trade of Portugal (AICEP) with the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Economy and Finance of Peru, with the theme “Peru – Opportunities for Investment and Cooperation”
On the 30th of January, the President of AICEP, Pedro Reis, said that there were 93 Portuguese companies that exported to Peru and praised the political and social stability, along with the great economic growth of the Latin American country.

In an action aimed at identifying new business opportunities with Peru, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rafael Roncagliolo, identified Portugal as a strategic ally in the foreign policy of the fifth largest economy in Latin America.

The Minister of Economy and Finance, Luis Miguel Castilla, recalled that Peru’s GDP has tripled since 2001 and that, in the same period, its exports grew by around 300%, with controlled inflation.

The Executive Director of ProInversion (Peruvian organization corresponding to AICEP) Héctor Hérné Rodriguez, presented business opportunities and investment projects being developed in Peru.