The Republic of Peru is located on the west central coast of South America and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Chile to the South, Bolivia and Brazil to the east and Colombia and Ecuador to the north.
South America Map
According to the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI), Peru has a population of 32 million 131 thousand 400 inhabitants; likewise, it is projected that in 2021, celebration of the Bicentennial of its Independence, Peru will have a population of 33 million 35 thousand inhabitants.
The current President Martin Vizcarra has among his priorities to close the infrastructure gap in Peru, not only promoting the participation of the private sector in the projects needed for the development of the country but also facilitating business and simplifying procedures.
President Martin Vizcarra
Peru’s development strategy is based on an economy open to the world and competitive in its export offer. It has been a successful strategy that has permitted the country to consolidate its foreign trade in goods and services as an instrument for economic development and the reduction of poverty.