The State will resume the promotion of the large infrastructure projects that Peru needs, assured the president of the Council of Ministers, Guido Bellido. "The National Infrastructure Plan for Competitiveness 2019 was an important input to identify key gaps whose closure is essential for the economic and social development of the country," he added.
The work would require an investment of US$ 520 million and it is expected that it will be connected to the future railway for transporting mineral cargo and passengers to Apurímac.
In his words, on assuming the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the second time, Chancellor Óscar Maurtua, has referred dominantly, to privileging the Peruvian foreign policy, his focus on the successful Pacific Alliance that this year has completed a decade of existence.
The awarding of the project will take place in October and is the most advanced process within the set of four initiatives that make up Ciudad Bicentenario in Ancon.
Peru will register an expansion greater than the average for Latin America and the world in 2021, projected the panelists of the FocusEconomics Consensus Forecast LatinFocus.