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USEFUL BUSINESS INFORMATION ON PERU

 

1. Country Brief:

A. Introduction -  Peru is located on South America's central Pacific coast. The world's twentieth-largest nation, it borders Bolivia, Brazil, and Chile to the east and south, and Colombia and Ecuador to the north. Lima, the capital, is located on the central coast. Peru's 1,326,074 square kilometers (512,000 square miles) make it roughly the size of Alaska. Lima is approximately the size of Rhode Island.

Peru is divided into 3 distinct geographic regions with a narrow, arid coast, steep Andes Mountains running north to south, and the Amazon jungle in the east. The Amazon covers 57.6 percent of the nation's territory, representing 13.2 percent of the Amazon forest and 7.3 percent of the world's rainforest. The Amazon River system, the world's largest, holds 20 percent of the planet's fresh water. The coastal region represents 10.6 percent of the nation's territory and the highlands 31.8 percent. Its distinctive geography gives it 84 of the 104 known ecosystems and 28 of the 32 known climate zones, making Peru one of the world's most ecologically diverse nations, according to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

B. Climate -  There is no single climate in Peru - the deserts, jungles, mountain villages and coastal cities are each under the influence of different natural forces. And while there is no perfect time to see them all, February and March are fairly tolerable everywhere. The rainy season (a misnomer, really - it rarely rains) is June-September in Lima (humidity can be as high as 98% during this time) and November-March in the mountains. North and east highlands are subject to heavy rain from October-April. Along the Amazon, it's always hot and humid (it is a jungle, after all).

 

C. Geographical Area - 494,208 sq mi (1,279,999 sq km); total area: 496,226 sq mi (1,285,220 sq km)

 

D. Language - Spanish

 

E. Currency With Exchange Rate - 1.00 PEN = 0.317460 USD

 

F. Population - (2006 est.): 28,302,603

 

G. Major Cities – Lima, Arequipa, Trujillo, Chiclayo

 

2. Transportation:

 

A. Railway - total: 1,829 km (2002).

 

B. Road - total: 72,900 km; paved: 9,331 km; unpaved: 63,569 km (1999 est.).

 

C. Airports - 233 (2002).

 

D. Waterways - 8,600 km of navigable tributaries of Amazon system and 208 km of Lago Titicaca.

 

E. Sea ports - Callao, Chimbote, Ilo, Matarani, Paita, Puerto Maldonado, Salaverry, San Martin, Talara, Iquitos, Pucallpa, Yurimaguas; note: Iquitos, Pucallpa, and Yurimaguas are all on the upper reaches of the Amazon and its tributaries.

 

3. Economy:

 

A. Major Manufacturing - 

 

B. Major Export - $15.95 billion f.o.b. (2005 est.): copper, gold, zinc, crude petroleum and petroleum products, coffee.

 

C. Major Import - $12.15 billion f.o.b. (2005 est.): petroleum and petroleum products, plastics, machinery, vehicles, iron and steel, wheat, paper

 

D. Major Industry - mining and refining of minerals; steel, metal fabrication; petroleum extraction and refining, natural gas; fishing and fish processing, textiles, clothing, food processing.

 

E. Trade balance -

 

4. Trade Associations, Chamber of Commerce, Trade shows and Exhibitions in Peru:

 

Major Trade Associations

 

Chambers of Commerce

Peru Miami County Chamber of Commerce

Address:13 E Main St , Peru, IN 46970-2210

Phone:765-472-1923 Fax:  765-472-7099

Email:[email protected]

Website:www.miamicochamber.com 

Major Trade Shows

 

5. Useful links:

 

Peru Importers, Dealers of Japanese Used Cars, Construction Machinery & Auto Parts

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