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International donors pledge more than $1billion to support Peru-Ecuador peace process

Inter-American Development Bank President Enrique V. Iglesias and Enrique Garcia, president of the Andean Development Corporation, offered $1 billion in financing to assist development of the Peru-Ecuador border region.

Peru and Ecuador to launch binational plan to promote peace process

A historic peace agreement was signed by Presidents Alberto Fujimori of Peru and Jamil Mahuad of Ecuador on Oct. 26, 1998, putting an end to a long-standing border dispute in a sparsely populated frontier area.

Peru and Ecuador to launch binational plan to promote peace process

Presidents Alberto Fujimori of Peru and Jamil Mahuad of Ecuador will present the Binational Developmental Plan for the Border Region at the headquarters of the Inter-American Development Bank on Feb. 4 in a ceremony that begins at 9 a.m. at 1300 New York Avenue N.W.

Peru and Ecuador to launch Binational Plan to promote peace process

Presidents Alberto Fujimori of Peru and Jamil Mahuad of Ecuador will present the Binational Developmental Plan for the Border Region at the headquarters of the Inter-American Development Bank on Feb. 4 in a ceremony that begins at 9 a.m. at 1300 New York Avenue N.W.

Donors back Peru's fight against drugs

The international donor community pledged $277 million to help Peru intensify its fight against drug production and trafficking at a November meeting in Brussels, Belgium. Of this amount, $140...

How to finance a five-star view

Business people arriving at the First Forum on Options for Long-term Financing held in Lima, Peru, last spring, expected to talk about cash-flow, balance sheets and the like. But at the end of the...

Peru doubles tax revenues

A development project is usually considered successful when it returns 10 12 percent annually. By this standard, the IDB-financed tax modernization program in Peru is way off the charts.

Internet for the people

José Soriano is certain that at some point in the next millennium the Internet will be available to Latin Americans of all classes at a price they can afford. But he's not willing to wait that long.

Increasing agricultural productivity in Perú

$38 million to support a program that expands access to essential social services among female heads of household, indigenous communities, youth at risk, the elderly, and the disabled...

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