About Perumin | Extemin 2022


Why exhibit at EXTEMIN 2022?

The Peruvian Ministry estimates the portfolio of mining projects, including expansions, to be $45.6 billion. Sixty percent of these projects are copper projects, which would increase copper production by 30% (to over 3 million tons) by 2021. The Peruvian government guarantees foreign investors legal stability on income tax regulations and dividend distributions.

Peru’s mining industry has been an essential component of the country’s economic development. The mining sector is Peru’s top export sector. The majority of the growth in this sector is driven by 54 greenfield and expansion projects, with a total investment value of $45 billion, accounting for the majority of the country’s private investment. Peru is considered one of the top ten richest mineral countries in the world. It is one of the world’s biggest producers of base and precious metals. Peruvian laws, regulations, and practices do not discriminate between national and foreign companies.

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Why exhibit IN THE USA Partnership Pavilion?

Kallman Worldwide’s decades of experience organizing the U.S. presence at international shows around the world, including a number of shows in Peru builds on America’s advantage to help you stand out at the show. Our USA Partnership Pavilion is your on-site headquarters at PERUMIN – EXTEMIN.


A destination for buyers, a business hub for exhibitors and a forum for all to share ideas and insights. In 2022, in addition to our suite of end-to-end show services, Pavilion exhibitors will benefit from a prominent, high-traffic hall location, access to public- and private-sector VIPs and influencers, exclusive business intelligence from industry thought-leaders and operatives and exclusive networking events.

Free Trade Agreement (FTA) USA and Peru: Trade between Peru and the United States grew 60% since the signing of the trade promotion agreement in 2009 from US $ 9,000 million in 2009 to US $ 16,000 million in 2017, according to the US ambassador in Lima, Krishna. R. Urs.


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