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The compulsory contribution that swindled more than one million Peruvians

More than one million older adults have lost hope of growing old with a decent pension. The government must meet the demands of the elderly who for decades contributed to Fonavi.

China, Ecuador and the Coca Codo Sinclair Hydroelectric Power Plant

The Coca Codo Sinclair Hydroelectric Power Plant, which would provide between 20% and 30% of electricity production, is one of the oldest, largest and most controversial Chinese projects in Latin America, marked by technical failures and corruption.

A bumpy return to bicameralism

After more than three decades, Peru once again has bicameralism. The last bicameral parliament was closed by Alberto Fujimori due to the 1992 coup...

Peru returns to a bicameral congress

Peru returns to bicameralism with pending issues and with political stability relying more on its politicians than on the reform.

Why do Peruvians want to leave the country?

So far in 2023, the number of Peruvians leaving the country and not returning has quadrupled compared to previous years.

Future port of Chancay: Relevance for Peru and Latin America

The Chancay port, considered one of the most ambitious projects to boost international trade in South America, will begin operating by the end of 2024.