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Tia Maria Protests Continue, Southern Copper Holds off Project till 2017

April 17, 2015 10:14 am2 comments
Tia Maria Protests Continue, Southern Copper Holds off Project till 2017

Protestors have continued to block the South Pan American Highway today, despite Southern Copper’s announcement that it will be postponing its $1.4 billion Tia Maria copper project in Arequipa, and despite Premier Pedro Cateriano’s visit to Islay and his call for dialogue. Yesterday, police arrested Jesus Cornejo, president of the […]

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Peruvian Investors Forum — June 16, 2015

April 16, 2015 12:59 pm0 comments

To Peruvian Times Readers: Dear Colleague, I will be running the largest institutional investor meeting in Peru on June 16th, at the Hilton Lima Miraflores. Click here for a special 10% discount for Peruvian Times readers, and here for details on the speakers and the agenda. It’s an excellent opportunity to engage […]

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International Analysis: Sweden – A Moral Superpower?

April 15, 2015 12:37 pm0 comments

Op-Ed by Ulf Bjereld — The Mark News— Sweden’s unilateral decision to cancel its large-scale defense agreement with Saudi Arabia has attracted considerable international attention. It canceled the agreement on moral grounds, refusing to continue military cooperation with one of the world’s most hardline dictatorships – a regime that violates […]

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Peru’s Left Aims to Regroup Ahead of 2016 Election

April 13, 2015 1:51 pm1 comment
Peru’s Left Aims to Regroup Ahead of 2016 Election

Peru’s political left is trying to regroup after its falling out with President Ollanta Humala and prepare for next year’s presidential election. Well-known leftist politicians and activists have announced the creation of a new leftist political group, aimed at defeating the established right-wing candidates expected to run for office next year, […]

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