Minister of Foreign Trade of Peru: “The market cannot be superior to society, rights and the State”

On his way through Chile accompanying a delegation of micro-enterprises from the textile sector to a business conference, Sánchez also met with the undersecretary of International Economic Relations, José Miguel Ahumada, to coordinate the realization of the Peru-Chile binational cabinet on May 24, and also see the administrative commission of the free trade agreement between both nations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "There are new trade parameters in the midst of this international crisis, there we could rethink an approach." With these words, the Minister of Foreign Trade of Peru, Roberto Sánchez, explained the advantages that his country and Chile have in international markets today. Mining and agribusiness are two sources of commercial growth, and between the two, said the authority, greater profit could be made.

Visiting Santiago last week, Sánchez explained that his visit had to do with accompanying   a commercial mission that lasted three days. In 2021, the products of this industry exported to . . .

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