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Investment Policy Review - Peru

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Peru's investment climate has dramatically improved in the 1990s. The main objective of the government since 1990 has been to create an economic and political environment that allows privately owned businesses to emerge and develop. Attention must now turn to policies for the next decade that will enhance Peru's potential for FDI. This report examines the strategic directions that would enable the country to continue to attract investment. It emphasizes the need for strategies to deepen the impact of existing FDI and to encourage new investment. This review aims at promoting awareness of the investment environment, and contributes to an improvement in policies in Peru.

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Investment opportunities in Peru

Peru has competitive advantages in mining and tourism. In order to sustain the competitiveness of these industries it will be helpful to consider each as forming the hub of an industry system. The system approach recognizes an industry as forming part of a set of interdependent businesses of suppliers and customers. Where the linkages between them are strong these businesses form a cluster which, when operating effectively over time, can be a source of sustaining competitive advantage for reducing costs and developing new products.

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