How to do business
in Peru

Peru is one the main destinations of foreign direct investment (FDI) in South America. Averaging $US 9 billion a year since the implementation of the PTPA, FDI in Peru reached $US 7.8 billion in 2015. Among other things, the Peruvian government promotes public-private partnerships (PPP) to build infrastructure and spur economic growth, with tax exemptions and low-cost financing available for domestic and foreign investors alike.

Bilateral Trade

Here you will find information on the bilateral trade relationship between Peru and the U.S.

Services offered

The Trade Commission of Peru offers the following services:

  • General analysis of the North American market, with particular emphasis on the west coast.
  • Organization of specific promotion activities in the local market, such as trade shows and exhibitions, trade missions, market research and other promotional activities.
  • Assistance to Peruvian companies and institutions through the provision of information on local markets and business opportunities, preparation of market studies, information on requirements and access regulations.
  • Assistance in the preparation and development of trade missions, visits to potential buyers, among others.
  • Information on the Peruvian exportable offer to importers, buyers and / or local distributors, as well as on exporting companies or consortia.
  • Assistance for local parties interested in investing in Peru as well as assistance to potential Peruvian investors interested in local business and investment endeavors.
  • Provide information to companies, business associations, public and academic institutions in commercial matters, investments and tourism.
  • Provide support in all commercial promotion, investment and tourism activities in coordination with business associations and related public institutions.
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