Prime Minister Cesar Villanueva on Tuesday affirmed it is necessary to
and generating more investments intended for infrastructure and employment.
According to the high-ranking official, despite some problems in the national economy, it remained at a good level.
As is known, northern Peru was hit by Coastal El Niño
floods in 2017. Said weather event was characterized by heavy rains, landslides, and floods, which destroyed infrastructure and crops, thus leaving many citizens homeless.
Likewise, in the next days, President Martin Vizcarra will announce investments
worth S/2 billion (US$600 million) and S/7 billion (US$2.102 billion) for the coming months. These projects will increase Peru's GDP and boost the economy.
"Besides, we currently undertake efforts to attract more investments
in diverse sectors, such as public investment (…)," the cabinet chief expressed.
Furthermore, he indicated the fight against corruption
will enable the investment of resources —that were
directed to illegal acts in the past— into infrastructure, production, and other sectors.