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Peru's partnership plan to beat slowing economic growth

Peru's economy – for so long one of the leading lights in Latin America – has slowed a little of late amid political uncertainty and a decline in demand from China. However, its prospects are still strong and a further embracing of public-private partnerships is proving to be a real cause for enthusiasm.

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Peru set to stick to proven PPP formula

Peru’s public-private partnerships are attracting both domestic and overseas interest thanks to their solid legal framework and government support.

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Peru finance minister plots to stay ahead of Latam peers

Peru’s minister of economy and finance tells Jason Mitchell that treacherous weather systems and China’s shrinking demand for commodities will not stop the country’s return to growth.

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Joined-up thinking: how PPPs are shaping Peru's infrastructure

Peru’s infrastructure needs a significant upgrade, and the government is looking to private investors to help fill the holes.

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In good health: how the PPP model has revolutionised Peru's hospitals

The public-private partnership model has proved its financial viability in the construction of hospitals in Peru, paving the way for a greater role in healthcare infrastructure and even tourism.

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Paraguay minister of culture seeking to build on Asuncion overhaul

Mabel Causarano, Paraguay’s minister of culture, is also involved in securing investment for the rejuvenation of capital city Asuncion's historic centre. She believes this will act as a catalyst to a wider regeneration of Paraguay, as Jason Mitchell discovers.

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Chile looks to FDI to solve energy and infrastructure problems

Chile's FDI performance over the past decade has been hugely impressive. However, wary of its inadequate infrastructure and expensive energy prices, the country's government is keen to attract further foreign investment as a way of solving these problems.

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An expanding advantage: how Chilean firms are making their mark overseas

The glut of free-trade agreements that Chile has with upwards of 60 countries gives its companies – particularly its SMEs – access to a potentially huge customer base, something the county's government is encouraging them to take advantage of.

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Chile builds on its success

Chile is undergoing a period of significant change as its government, led by president Michelle Bachelet, looks to implement new reforms across a range of sectors from education to taxation, in a bid to bolster the country's position as one of the leading investment destinations in Latin America.

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Madrid records nearly half of Spanish IT FDI inflows

In 2014, Madrid was the most popular destination in Spain for FDI in the IT and software sectors.

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