According to a study made by Centre for Competitiveness and Development (CCD) in alliance with the Peruvian Institute of Mining Engineers (IIMP).
If Peru executed its mining project portfolio, the national rate of poverty would decrease from 21% to 14% by 2021. This was determined by a study named “Macroeconomic and microeconomic benefits of mining" prepared by the Centre for Competitiveness and Development (CCD) in alliance with the Peruvian Institute of Mining Engineers (IIMP). This study will be presented at PERUMIN 33 Mining Convention.
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Preparations continue for PERUMIN 33 Mining Convention, one of the most important mining meetings in the world organized by the Peruvian Institute of Mining Engineers (IIMP). To complete these preparations, IIMP has launched a call for job opportunities to allow many interested people of the sector to join the team of this megaevent.
All novelties regarding PERUMIN 33 Mining Convention are also informed through the official accounts in Facebook and Twitter.
Social network technology has made access and information spread easier. Thanks to this advantage, the Peruvian Institute of Mining Engineers (IIMP), organizer of PERUMIN 33 Mining Convention, has announced they are already giving information regarding preparations of the mining event through its official website (convencionminera.com) and its social networks.
Mining megaevent will be held from September 18 to 22 at the campus of Universidad Nacional de San Agustín (UNSA) in Arequipa.
Tax stability contracts are made to create a proper balance. On one hand, these contracts guarantee clarity and predictability to mining companies that need to make significant investments as required by the business. On the other hand, they assure Peru to receive benefits on account of increasing investment and production.