Archive for February, 2014

International Analysis: Imperiled Leadership?

By Ali Wyne  — The Mark News — As it prepares to release a new national-security strategy, the Obama administration is working to counter the growing conviction that U.S. influence in international affairs is receding. At the recently concluded Munich Security Conference, for example, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry […]

Majority of Workers Still Employed in the Informal Sector

Although informality in Peru’s labor market has declined since 2005,  a majority of workers in the Andean nation are still employed in unregulated jobs, business business daily Gestion reports. According to the Labor Ministry, 56 percent of Peru’s workforce is in the informal sector, meaning that employers don’t provide any […]

Peru Energy Summit 2014

Peru Energy Summit 2014

As a media partner for the event, Peruvian Times extends an invitation to all its readers to attend the Peru Energy Summit 2014 to be held  March 12 and 13 in Lima.  Download Agenda Here This is the first Energy Summit in a series of high-level Energy Summits that Latin Markets […]

Fishermen Lost at Sea Back Home with Families

Fishermen Lost at Sea Back Home with Families

Six Peruvian fishermen who were lost at sea for 21 days are back on land with their families, daily El Comercio reported. The small-scale fishermen went out to sea from Chimbote. On February 2, the boat lost contact with land about 10 miles offshore, between the coastal towns of Huarmey […]