Tuesday, November 27, 2007
- 'Peru Court Sentences Fujimori Aides For Power Grab' (Reuters)
- 'Ex-Ministers Convicted in Peru 'Coup' (Associated Press)
- 'Shining Path Rebels and the War on Drugs' (Inter Press Service, Ángel Páez) "A surviving faction of Peru’s Shining Path guerrillas has launched an offensive against anti-drug police units in the Apurímac and Ene river valleys -- an area known by the acronym VRAE -- in one of the country’s main coca-growing and cocaine-producing regions."
- 'Farm Groups Urge Senate To Pass Peru Free Trade Agreement' (Delta Farm Press, Forrest Laws) “American farmers, ranchers, manufacturers and service providers will at last have preferential access to this growing market,” U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab said following the House vote. “Peru’s people will be able to enjoy continued economic growth and greater economic and political stability by cementing a trade relationship with the world’s largest market.”
- 'Scotiabank Plans To Buy Peru's Banco de Trabajo' (Banking Business Review)