Fin Min: Peru opens its arms to international, national private investment

20:51 | Washington D.C. (U.S.), Sep. 19.

Economy and Finance Minister Pedro Francke on Sunday affirmed that Peru opens its arms to international and private investors, noting that they will be provided all the necessary resources.

His remarks were delivered in Washington D.C. (U.S.), where he accompanies the President of the Republic Pedro Castillo in a trip that includes meetings with entrepreneurs and international organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, in order to present the country's economic policy and seek financial support.

"We expect to promote their investment in Peru. These are international companies that already invest in the country, which are interested in investing there. We aim to explain our economic policy to them, that we open our arms to their investment and provide all necessary resources," the minister stated.

The high-ranking official said that he would maintain a frank, open, and constructive dialogue with entrepreneurs to overcome the problems that may arise, so that "they have all the resources to invest in Peru."

"President Castillo is governing, and we have an important international agenda to drive forward. We will hold meetings with international organizations, as well as with national and international entrepreneurs. I will talk to investors from around the world to get them to come to Peru," Francke told Canal N.

"We are convinced that this economic policy will enable Peru to achieve sustained growth in the coming years and generate jobs, which is what we want for all Peruvians," he added.

International financing

Likewise, the government official remarked that on Monday, September 20, the Peruvian delegation will meet with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Bank.

Moreover, the Cabinet member underscored that the Government is seeking the best financing and international aid conditions.


Published: 9/19/2021
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