APEC Peru 2016: Quality Growth and Human Development
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APEC Leaders Issue Declaration in Lima

The Declaration describes new APEC policy commitments for advancing quality growth and human development.

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President Kuczynski Rallies APEC Leaders on Trade

Peru's President opened the 2016 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting by reaffirming confidence in trade's capacity to deliver positive economic and social change.

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World Heritage. In the North of the city, you can find Caral, the most ancient civilization in America; and in the South, the Archaeological Complex of Pachacamac. Lima’s history dates back to colonial presence.
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Majestic and volcanic.

Arequipa is the white city of Peru, due to its white walls made of ashlar or sillar, a white stone that lies at the feet of its volcanoes.

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Pyramids and Colonial Appearance. Temples, pyramids and mud cities that survive severe weathers: Chan Chan, the Pyramids of the Sun and of the Moon, and The Wizard. Magnificent colonial architecture
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Coast, valleys and heroism. It is a land of deserts and fertile valleys, between the coast and the highlands, drawing a peculiar landscape. Its past dates back to cave paintings in Toquepala...
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Beaches and Eternal Summer. Piura´s streets are always illuminated by the continuous northern sun of Peru. Tourism in this city is based on its resorts and beaches, preferred by surfers...
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Located in the north east Peruvian Amazon rainforest, Iquitos is the capital of Loreto Region (state), Peru’s largest stretching over nearly 30% of the country’s total area surface.
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Fantasy Waterfalls. It has waterfalls, orchids and butterflies. It is distinguished by a flowery landscape and a tropical atmosphere. It is the reserve of endangered species that are protected in the National Río Abiseo Park...
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