Peruvian mining services seek to attract investment at PDAC 2023

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  • Peru’s participation will highlight the country’s competitive advantages and its strong potential on the global stage.

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In order to attract foreign capital to implement foreign direct investment projects, Peru will be taking part in the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, the world’s premier mining convention, held in Toronto, Canada from March 5 to 8.


Peru’s participation is an excellent opportunity to highlight to investors in the global mining ecosystem our country’s competitive advantages and strong potential in the mining suppliers and services industry. Likewise, it will be a chance to promote the policies and regulations that our government is developing to facilitate sustainable investment in the sector, helping to generate employment and the transfer of technology.

Thanks to the joint work by Peru’s public and private sectors, the country is among the eight top destinations in the world for exploration activity. That is why the activities included in its participation are generating a lot of interest among the event’s attendees.

For this 2023 edition of the PDAC convention, Peru is seeking to enhance its relationships with foreign investors and companies in the mining services sector, to facilitate ties with the Peruvian business sector. In addition, it hopes to position the Andean country as a key tourist destination for the various markets participating in the event.

The original source-language text of this announcement is the official, authoritative version. Translations are provided as an accommodation only, and should be cross-referenced with the source-language text, which is the only version of the text intended to have legal effect.

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