The Office and Investment

To promote Peru as an attractive location for FDI; to help potential investors find out all the information and resources they need for trading in Peru; to work in close collaboration with our national agency for the purpose of investment promotion.


Following a decade of record-high growth, Peru’s economy has remained strong and resilient despite the persistent global uncertainty, thanks to strong fundamentals, supportive terms of trade and sound policy management.
— International Monetary Fund
Growth is expected to continue this year, and some believe the mines coming on line will likely turn Peru into the world’s second-biggest copper producer after Chile. The World Bank forecasts Peru’s economy will accelerate 3.3 per cent this year (2016), that fastest clip among Latin America’s major economies.
— Financial Times

Peruvian Economic Performance

Economic growth in Peru has been driven by an increase in private investment, which today represents almost 20% of GDP. The countries soundness macroeconomic management as well as a political and social stable environment combined with a favourable legal framework has made Peru a highly attractive market for foreign investment, reaching USD 8.750 billion in 2015. 


Useful Websites

ProInversión - Invest in Peru:  Public entity, belonging to the Ministry of Economy and Finance, which main object is to promote private investment in public services and infrastructure  projects. 

ProInversión project portfolios: List of investment projects in Perú. Within its 21 years of existence, ProInversión has carried out processes representing millions of dollars of investment.

Perú's Business and Investment Guide by EY.

Doing Business and Investing in Perú by Pwc

Investment in Perú by KPMG