An interesting story from Arabian Business. Peru wants to be an up-and-coming logistics destination. Not content with $600m from DP World to operate a terminal at Lima’s Callao Port, it also hopes to tap the UAE for further funds for a logistics zone which will link the port and airport – and the country is also keen to see Emirates SkyCargo start services. Peru, whose biggest trading partner is China, certainly seems to be on the up, as one quarter of the serious and business-minded Pacific Alliance.
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