President Humala unnerves environmentalists in a new reform package passed by Congress this week cutting regulations for mining and oil companiesRead more "Investment Over Environment As Humala Reforms Rip Up Red Tape"
A regional government signs a $1.4m cheque for its own Jurassic Park, while its people go without running waterRead more "Jurassic Park Opening Sparks Fury In Town Without Running Water"
Peru’s changes tack in its drug offensive, pushing alternative crops to break the coca-leaf’s grip on the turbulent Apurimac and Ene River Valley region.Read more "Cocoa Not Coca, Peru’s President Tells Growers In World’s Cocaine Capital"
Two thousand goods of each member of Latin America’s Pacific Alliance stand to benefit through the pact’s arising free trade agreements.Read more "Four-Strong Latin American Trade Bloc Key To Boosting Peru Exports"
Congressmen Julio Gagó and Cenaida Uribe were suspended for 120 days today by a house vote, after an ethics body ruled they had breached parliamentary code in isolated incidents.Read more "Peru’s Congress Suspends Two Lawmakers In One Decisive Day"
Pass the hat for Peru’s blue-chip executives. Pay for the country’s directors is down 16 percent on last year following a cooling economy and weaker sol.Read more "Blue-chip Bosses Bear Brunt As Peru Slowdown Hits Executive Pay"
“We have shtrukala, carbonalathala, shitalan, gransala” reels off Cathi Mesa as she names typical dishes of her native Oxapampa, a mountain city in Peru’s ‘eyebrow of the jungle’ or ceja de selva.Read more "Austro-German Legacy Alive And Kicking In Peru’s Jungle"