Chinese company take part in the reconstruction of the Chancay port in Peru

LIMA, May 14, 2019, ANDINA. President Martin Vizcarra on Monday led the ceremony to sign the closing agreement between Chinese State-run company Cosco Shipping Ports Limited (CSPL) and Peruvian company Volcan for the construction of the Chancay Port Terminal in Lima region, reported the ANDINA.

This project will require a US$3 billion investment and include the design, financing, construction, maintenance, and exploitation of the mega port complex.

Likewise, the top official affirmed the Inca country has all the requirements and characteristics to welcome big investments.

In this sense, he underlined Peru’s economic stability can guarantee an adequate climate for important investments.

Furthermore, the statesman pointed out the Inca country has a vision towards the future, meaning there is security concerning the path taken to achieve development and the population’s well-being.

“Today, we attend an act of trust in the country’s present and future,” President Vizcarra expressed.

Remarks were made at the Government Palace in Lima.

On this occasion, the Head of State was joined by Transport and Communications Minister Maria Jara and Chinese Embassy’s Charge d’Affaires Li Yun, among other officials.

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