A delegation from the Executive Branch has been participating in the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, which brings together various politicians and economists to address common agendas and face the economic challenges facing the world.
Along these lines, the chancellor, Ana Cecilia Gervasitook advantage of his speech at the event to call on foreign investors to continue betting on Peru and the macroeconomic soundness that characterizes it.
“I tell investors to trust Peru’s macroeconomic solidity, I think it has been proven, We are going to continue growing, we have a commitment with the population that this growth is more equitable, there are multiple opportunities in the country that can be taken advantage of in infrastructure of all kinds”, affirmed the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The official also indicated that although the Peruvian economy has been experiencing sustained growth and would maintain this rate in the following years, she recognized that there is still inequality and demands that must be solved for the benefit of the well-being of citizens.
In addition, Minister Gervasi stressed the importance of implementing “new social pacts” that strengthen the role of the State to move towards a more just society.
For his part, the head of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), Alex Contreras, has been holding meetings with foreign investors to explain the economic reactivation plan, as well as detailing the macroeconomic strengths that Peru maintains.
For this reason, Contreras Miranda spoke with businessmen from the mining sector with the aim of encouraging the improvement and expansion of important projects to continue promoting this important engine of growth.
Likewise, both the owner of the MEF as the chancellor spoke with the Secretary General of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Mathias Cormann. In this meeting, the political and economic advances were discussed, as well as the next steps that Peru will take in the framework of its accession process to this economic conglomerate. “We are committed to supporting Peru in its current challenges to strengthen its policies and institutions,” Cormann commented.
On the other hand, the Minister of Economy met with the president of the IDB, Ilan Goldfajn, to promote connectivity projects.
Chance. The Foreign Ministry pointed out that Peru’s participation in this forum is part of the Government’s actions to promote economic reactivation.
Schedule. Economic Forum ends this Friday, January 20.
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