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Ignore the Protests and Invest in the Pacific Alliance
January 3, 2020  //  News, The New World - in association with MoneyWeek

The Pacific Alliance will see more political problems in 2020 but the bloc’s fundamental economic strengths make it one of the best investments in Latin America. We investigate the outlook for the region’s newest trade group over the next decade…

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  • Peru’s rapidly diversifying economy is creating opportunities outside of Lima and fuelling a boom in industrial parks. Parque Industrial Piura Futura (PIPF) looks well placed to benefit from the trend…

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