Peru Construction

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A large unresolved housing deficit is one important factor that will continue to generate activity for both the construction and real estate sectors. While consistent economic growth has paved the way for long-term development, many Peruvians continue to live in conditions that belie the country’s wealth and which authorities are determined to...

If physical structures reflect the process of building a strong economy, then Peru has engaged in related programmes with a passion that should continue for many years to come. According to the National Statistical Institute (Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informá tica, INEI) the sector grew by 15.17% in 2012, far more than the 3.43%...

Substantial economic growth over the past decade has resulted in greater focus on Peru’s deficient infrastructure. Of the estimated deficit, approximately $13bn is attributed solely to highway construction, an essential component that often encounters difficulties due to the country’s complicated terrain, especially in the Andes Mountains and...

Over the past decade Peru has seen a period of transformative growth, effectively positioning it as one of the leading economic performers in Latin America. Posting growth rates in excess of 6% from 2010-12, the economy expanded by a further 5.1% in the first half of 2013.

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Peru 2014

The construction sector grew 14.8% in 2012, far more than the 3% recorded in 2011, and continued to expand at a rate of 13.23% in the first half of 2013. Investor confidence remains strong, with investment in current projects rising by 5.79%, most notably in the areas of housing and infrastructure, and public-private partnerships remain the favoured model for developing public works. Likewise, in...
Décadas de fuerte desarrollo en el Perú están generando una riqueza de oportunidades para inversionistas internacionales; sin embargo, también ha provocado una brecha en infraestructura que llega a $88 mil millones y que podría demorar casi una década en cerrar.