Court ruling gives Peru an opportunity to lead economic growth

Presidential meeting from left, Ollanta Humala (Peru), Sebastian Pinera (Chile), Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia), Enrique Pena Nieto (Mexico) and Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) at the Pacific Alliance summit in Cartagena, Colombia (photo: dpa)
Presidential meeting from left, Ollanta Humala (Peru), Sebastian Pinera (Chile), Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia), Enrique Pena Nieto (Mexico) and Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica) at the Pacific Alliance summit in Cartagena, Colombia (photo: dpa)

Peru has been handicapped for more than 100 years by a border dispute with its neighbour, Chile. An International Court of Justice ruling is set to end the conflict and allow Peru to prosper both individually and as a member of the Pacific Alliance, and to introduce social reforms. But it still faces problems including crime, corruption and the public’s lack of trust in its institutions and politicians.

Court ruling gives Peru an opportunity to lead economic growth

<em>All forecasts by banking and international agencies indicate that Peru will lead economic growth in South America in 2014 and the coming years. This report shows how the solution of the historical disput...

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