The Government, through the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), formed the Executive Board for the Development of the Agroindustrial Export Sector, which aims to address, identify, promote and propose actions that promote the agro-industrial sector.
In addition, the working group will encourage new investments and promote associativity. This is to incorporate a greater number of small producers in the agribusiness and agro-export chain, with the aim of facilitating and favoring the productivity and competitiveness of said sector to contribute to economic growth.
In accordance with Ministerial Resolution No. 202-2022-EF/10, published yesterday in the extraordinary edition of the newspaper El Peruano, the temporary work team will be made up of:
- The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation
- The Ministry of Economy and Finance
- The Ministry of Production
- The Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism
- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- The Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism – PROMPERU.
- The National Agricultural Health Service (SENASA)
- The National Institute of Agrarian Innovation (INIA)
- The National Water Authority (ANA)
- The Technological Institute of Production (ITP)
- The National Superintendence of Labor Inspection (Sunafil)
- The National Society of Industries (SNI)
- The Association of Exporters (ADEX)
- The Peruvian Foreign Trade Society (COMEX)
- The Association of Agricultural Producers Guilds of Peru (AGAP)
- The National Coffee Board
- The Peruvian Association of Cocoa Producers
The entities that make up the executive board have a period of five business days from Monday, September 5, to accredit their representatives. They also have 10 business days for installation.
The legal provision also specifies that the members of the working group hold the position ad honorem.