deforestation (some the result of illegal logging); overgrazing of the slopes of the costa and sierra leading to soil erosion; desertification; air pollution in Lima; pollution of rivers and coastal waters from municipal and mining wastes
* Health/ Environmental * Money * Ethnic squabbles * Election issues * Mining issues Like many countries around the world, Peru has its share of economic problems. Peru is not a stable country right now given the many current issues they are facing. There are health and environmental concerns. These concerns include new hospitals, providing a healthy place to live, and that the environment is damaged. The health issues are bringing about other issues such as money, ethnic squabbles, and even election issues. Some of the nomadic groups in Peru may be affected by new government rulings, which also affects the elections. There have been some misguided payoffs also that have affected the confidence some have in Peru. All of the issues named will have an effect on business in Peru today. The main industry in Peru is mining, but even the mining business is seeing a lot of struggles. In fact, with regards to the mines many are being shut down or at least closed off due to dangerous squabbles. For example, Bear Creek investors have left because of the mining upheaval which was a deadly protest. Mining in Peru is close to a $4 billion industry in a year. Already for 2011 the industry has earned $2.43 billion. Despite the earnings being up 68% there is so much unrest in the country that it is affecting the business climate today. Those who want to invest have to be wary that they could lose a lot of money because the mines could be a target for demonstrations. These demonstrations relate to safety, health, money, and ethnicity, which goes back to the current issues the country is facing. Peru while being discussed in certain aspects is not the main focus for business industries
who is the current leader of peru
It is cold current
The current president of Peru is Alan Garcia.
The current population of Peru is 30,911,183 people for 2014. Peru gained over 500,000 people since the year of 2013
Peru is an country in south America
they're cold currents
No, it is a cold water current
The ocean current responsible for the dry coastal lands of Peru and northern Chile begins near the tip of South America. It is known as the Humboldt or Peru Current.
The Peru Current, also known as the Humboldt Current, flows from the tip of South America to northern Peru. It passes by the Atacama Desert which is the driest non-polar desert on Earth.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski is the current president of Peru. Mercedes Rosalba Aráoz Fernández is the current prime minister.
Peru is facing money problems and that the united states is helping too much
its kept cool by the Peru current
Fernando LeCaros of Lima, Peru at 107 years old.
30.38 million (2013)
It goes from a cool current to a warm current as it gets closer to the equator.
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To the Contrary - 1992 Peru and Population Issues 5-45 was released on: USA: 14 February 1997
The current President of Peru is Alan García, and the Vice-President is Luis Alberto Sánchez.
Much like in the United States, Peru only has one serving president at a time. The current president of Peru is Ollanta Humala.