Peru: Exporter Guide

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For over a decade, Peru has been one of the world’s top performing economies, registering sustained high growth accompanied by low inflation. Among Peru’s trade agreements is the U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement. U.S. origin food and agricultural product exports to Peru benefit significantly from the U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement. Despite Peru’s 2017 economic slowdown, demand for U.S. consumer-oriented food is forecast to exceed $250 million by year’s end. This will set a record as the highest year in terms of value for this export category since the U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement’s implementation in 2009.

Peru: Exporter Guide

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