Infrastructure gap: Some comments from the real estate sector to help reduce it
In Peru, the ongoing Pandemic has made more evident the great deficit in infrastructure in the various public services: transportation, energy, telecommunications, health, water and sanitation, water infrastructure and education. Our infrastructure development is lagging behind regional peers and even more so with OECD countries. We rank 85th out of 137 countries on the Infrastructure …
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The challenges facing the massification of natural gas
As of 2004, Peru began the exploitation of its most important natural gas reserves, located in the region of Cusco (Camisea), specifically in the fields located in the towns of San Martín, Cashiriari and Mipaya. These reserves, coming from Lots 88 and 56, are transported from the rainforest to the coast of the country to …
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Mining Investments in Peru: Regulatory challenges to achieve economic revival
Article written by Diego Grisolle, Partner for our Mining Practice Area.