is a unique opportunity to present the products of the main Peruvian regions and to stimulate the economy through commercial platforms, as well as to diversify our products all over the world, said
In remarks to the Andina news agency, the official said that the commercial mission, during this important international event, is to expand and consolidate the presence of the Peruvian offer in the Middle East, taking into account the makes the United Arab Emirates strategic to enter. Persian Gulf markets.
“The Expo 2020 Dubai World Expo is a meeting point for the process of global economic recovery, and our presence on this international stage represents a unique opportunity to boost the economy
of various regions of Peru,” she said. underline.
The Executive Chairman added that participation in this international event allows PromPeru to strengthen the positioning of our national brand (Marca Peru), as well as to expand business investment, export and tourism opportunities.
The Peru Pavilion opened its doors during this international exhibition to promote, diversify and expand the Peruvian offer in the United Arab Emirates.
“National participation in Expo 2020 Dubai is in line with the interests of the Peruvian government: it achieves sustainable and decentralized tourism, as well as foreign trade that translates into benefits and opportunities for all Peruvians,” he said. she pointed out.
In this sense, the official said that Expo 2020 Dubai will end on March 31, thus completing six months of hard work, having presented the best of the biological and cultural diversity of Peru, including the Peruvian Andes, the coast , the jungle and the sea.
Carbajal also pointed out that the UAE and Peru are working together to strengthen their economic cooperation and bilateral relations to make the most of the capabilities of both countries in seeking the development of their peoples.
In this sense, she said that the return of in-person trade missions will be an important step for the economic recovery of Peru.
“Trade relations between Peru and the United Arab Emirates are at their best: in 2021, Peruvian exports to the Arab country increased by 12.4% compared to 2020,” Carbajal stressed.
“Among the Peruvian products that reach the Emirati market, we count on pomegranates, avocados, mangoes, grapes, quinoa, chia and coffee,” she said.
The PromPeru representative pointed out that trade with the UAE comes from various Peruvian regions, which helps boost the overall development of the two peoples.