United States-Peru Trade Agreement
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: the United States-Peru Trade
Promotion Agreement (TPA). Syllabus:
- Introduction to the United States-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement.
- Business Opportunities for U.S. Exporters.
- The United States-Peru
international trade relations.
Sample of the sub-subject United States-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement:
Sub-Subject Description: the United States-Peru Trade
Promotion Agreement (TPA):
The United States-Peru International Trade Promotion Agreement (TPA) entered into force in 2009.
- As a result of the entry into force of the United States-Peru Free Trade Agreement (FTA), 80% of the United States industrial and consumer export products enter
duty free in the Republic of Peru.
- Nevertheless, a value-added tax of 18% applied to virtually all the products entering Peru results in moderately
higher prices for many products in comparison to those prevailing in the United States.
The United States-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement:
- Eliminates tariffs and removes barriers to the United States services
- Provides a
secure legal framework for investors, and
- Strengthens protection
for intellectual property (IPR), workers, and the environment.
International Trade United States-PERU.
- Foreign Trade of the United States with Peru was 8.8 billion dollars;
the United States
exported products to the Republic of Peru at 4.8 billion dollars.
- The United States exports to Peru grew 37%.
- The main United States exports to the Republic of Peru were: machinery, chemicals, computer, electronics, petroleum, oil products, transportation equipment, fish, forestry
products, wood, newspapers, books, and food products.
- Exports of
products of the Republic of Peru reached 35.1 billion dollars.
Peru and the United States are members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
and belongs to the Western Christian Civilization (North American - Latin American).