In recent years, Peru has been actively involved in the international multilateral system, became a member of APEC, the Pacific Alliance, and many other regional organizations. Likewise, it has also signed commercial investment agreements with 27 countries and the results of free trade implementation has placed it in a leading position in the world, thanks to economic globalization.
Besides this article written by Chinese Ambassador to Peru, Jia Guide, you will also find a note on deciphering China’s economic resilience by Stephen S. Roach; an article on China’s undeniable leadership, written by Julio Panduro, and a commentary on China’s ambitious “One Road One Belt” initiative, written by Philip Stephens.
Deciphering China’s Economic Resilience
Stephen S. Roach
Once again, the Chinese economy has defied the hand wringing of the nattering nabobs of negativism. After decelerating for six consecutive years, real GDP growth appears to be inching up in 2017.
China, a Denied Leadership
The figures of its economic expansion are tangible. Only in 2016, it's gross domestic product reached US$11 trillion, while the US continued in first place with US$18 trillion.
A Train that Proclaims China's Global Ambition Philip Stephens
Among this year’s under-reported events was the opening of a new rail freight route. A locomotive, pulling wagons loaded with Chinese manufactures, set out in early January from Yiwu in Zhejiang province.
The III Peru-China Confraternity Lunch, organized by CAPECHI with the presence of Pablo de la Flor Belaunde. Dr. Wu Jian’s conference on Confucius philosophy organized by Confucius Institute at PUCP.