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  • Peru

    Peru Some facts…… •  •  •  •  Peru is officially the Republic of Peru The capital of Peru is Lima. Peru s independence day is July 28 It is located in South America bordering 5 countries. •  Peru is the second largest nation in South America. •  Peru is divided into 25 regions Some facts…… •  The main language spoken in Peru is Spanish and a significant amount of people speak Quechua. •  Peru is a multiethnic country. •  According to the 2007 census‚ 81.3% of the population are Catholics

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  • Peru

    5th Sept 2014 Table of Contents Peru Task 1 1. Introduction………………………………………………………………………………3 2. Factor Conditions 2.1 Physical resources………………………………………………………………….3 2.2 Infrastructure………………………………………………………………………...4 3. Demand Conditions 3.1 Home and Export Demand………………………………………………………...6 3.2 Buyer Sophistication………………………………………………………………..7 4. Related and Supporting Industries 4.1 Small and Medium size Enterprises (SMEs) in Peru……………………………8 4.2 Education……………………………………………………………………………

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  • Peru

    Geography Peru is a country located on the western part of South America just below the equator. The country is made up of a coastal plain in the west‚ tall mountains in its center (also called “The Andes”) and a jungle in the east that leads into the Amazon River basin. The highest point in Peru is Nevado Huascaran which is a mountain that is 22‚205 feet tall. The climate of Peru varies based on the landscape but it is mostly tropical in the east‚ desert in the west and temperate in the Andes

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    Peru is one of the many Spanish speaking countries in the world. More than 80% of its population speaks Spanish‚ although this is not the only thing that makes Peru fascinating. It has many aspects that make it unique. These aspects include culture‚ traditions‚ agriculture‚ economy‚ and history. Traditions and cultures include various amounts and forms of art. Peru’s agriculture is supported by the coast‚ sierra‚ and jungle. Peru is a democratic republic‚ and its history ranges back to more than

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  • Peru

    The Republic of Peru otherwise called "Peru" is the third biggest nation in South America. It is interesting in the way that its scene ranges from mountains and shorelines to betrays and rain woodlands. Peru has a populace of 30‚147‚935 individuals; the vast majority of Peru’s inhabitants live along the coast. Just in its region of 496‚224 square miles this nation keeps up distinctive societies and conventions all through‚ including the assortment of dialects. Its two authority dialects right up

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  • Geography of Peru

    Peru Peru is located on the west coast of South America‚ bordered by the South Pacific Ocean‚ Ecuador‚ Colombia‚ Brazil‚ Bolivia and Chile. Peru can be divided into three major regions‚ Costa (Coast) - the 3‚079-kilometer (1‚900 mile) Pacific Coastline; Sierra (Andes) - the central Andean Highlands; Selva (Amazon Basin) — the remote eastern vastness of the Amazonian jungle. The best know of these is the central high sierra of the Andes‚ with its massive peaks‚ steep canyons‚ and extraordinary

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  • Unique Peru

    Unique Peru Distinct Climate That Make This Unmatched Destination Peru is small country located on the western South America. This country holds one of the world’s most diverse climates with a record 30 out of the 32 world climates and over 90 mini-climates (cite). The varied climatic conditions also give rise to a sundry ecosystem that makes the small country host a number of different and interesting natural attractions such as snow peaked mountains‚ beautiful islands and beaches and sandy desserts

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  • Tourism in Peru

    Introduction Tourism is the largest foreign currency-earner in Peru‚ which affecting the lives of million people. Tropical rainforests and jungles are always important ecosystem in the world‚ but now most of them are damaged by people. In Peru‚ many rainforests were demolished by humans‚ thus‚ Peru government has made numerous methods to save the current environment‚ and one of the methods is ecotourism. In order to protect Peru’s nature based environment‚ generate money for local economic‚ achieve

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  • Peru Differences

    communication between Peru and the United States. Some topics it will talk about are tone and volume‚ space‚ eye contact‚ gestures‚ and professional courtesies. The reason Peru is so different is because they speak Spanish and they have a different style of living. I will be comparing the United States and Peru for cultural differences. Peru is a country in South America that has a population of over 30 million. There capital is Lima. The one thing that Ithink of most when looking at Peru is what language

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  • Peru or Biru

    Biru or Peru? Peru’s territory is bordered by Ecuador and Colombia on the north‚ Brazil and Bolivia to the east‚ and finally Chile and Bolivia to the south and to the west lies the Pacific Ocean. In Peru you can find anything from steaming jungles to creeping glaciers‚ Peru‚ hugging South America’s west coast‚ wraps its borders around dramatically varied geography with elicits varied cultures. A little smaller than Alaska‚ Peru has coastal deserts so dry that no one there has ever recorded rain

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