inPERU's coming road show
will boost the Inca country's position as one of the best investment destinations among emerging countries, the association's Chairman Francis Stenning affirmed.
Unlike other emerging nations —he said— Peru registers sustained growth rates and high levels of fiscal responsibility amid a global context marked by the trade war between the United States and China, as well as the fall in mineral prices.
Although the trade war has reduced investment flows, severely impacting emerging countries such as Turkey and Argentina, Peru is one of the least affected.
"For that reason, the road show will provide the opportunity to place value on our economy's aspects, and offer investment alternatives unrelated to the mining sector (…)," Stenning expressed.
The public sector —which currently shows signs of further stability— will also play an important role during the event.
"In contrast to the past, the current Government has a clear vision of its goals and follows an agenda committed to economic development," inPERU's chairman said.
"Delivering such message to the market is essential," he added.
On this occasion, the association's road show will focus on the financial sector
The event will include a series of working sessions with investors linked to equity, corporate and sovereign debt markets, as well as with companies specialized in the elaboration of indicators reflecting the market's health.
is a non-profit Peruvian association founded by the main business organizations of the Inca market.
The public-private association has confirmed a visit to New York City for September 13-14, 2018.
The delegation will be led by Economy and Finance Minister Carlos Oliva
, as well as Central Reserve Bank (BCR) Governor Julio Velarde.