Peru will present a mining investment portfolio —projected for the next 10 years and worth over US$58 billion— at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC 2018 Convention), Private Investment Promotion Agency (ProInversion) has reported.
Said portfolio includes the implementation of projects
in regions such as Cusco, Cajamarca, Moquegua, Tacna, Ica, Lima, Arequipa, Junin, Piura, Ancash, Huancavelica, and Lambayeque.
Likewise, it comprises the Areas of Non-Admission of Claims, which will be promoted as Colca and Jalaoca
, both located in Apurimac region.
According to ProInversion Executive-Director Alberto Ñecco, the Government will call an international public tender for these two projects on March 2.
The event will also see the presence of Ministers Claudia Cooper (Economy-Finance), and Angela Grossheim (Energy-Mines), as well as representatives of the Central Reserve Bank, ProInversion, Exports and Tourism Promotion Board (PromPeru), and Canada-Peru Chamber of Commerce.
At said convention, Peru will address key topics such as the country's social and environmental licenses, as well as Peruvian mining sector's competitiveness.
Important announcements on measures —to boost mineral exploration activities in the Inca country— will also be made.
is one of the most important conventions in the mining exploration
sector on a global scale, whose relevance lies in being the main international platform to promote discussion, exhibition, and analysis of mining projects
from different parts around the globe.
The meeting is expected to bring together more than 3,700 investors, 270 media outlets, and more than 24,000 visitors from 130 nations.
It must be noted Peru will sponsor this international convention for the fifth consecutive year, thus positioning itself as the most suitable country in the region for foreign investments
The PDAC 2018 Convention will take place in Toronto on March 4-7.