Monday, March 31, 2008
- Archaeologists Find 4,000-Year-Old Gold Necklace in South Peru (Bloomberg, Ryan Flinn)
- UA Archaeologist Finds Oldest Known Gold Artifacts in the Americas (University of Arizona press release, Jeff Harrison) re: Anthropology Professor Mark Aldenderfer
- Four-thousand-year-old gold artifacts from the Lake Titicaca basin, southern Peru (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) " Artifacts of cold-hammered native gold have been discovered in a secure and undisturbed Terminal Archaic burial context at Jiskairumoko, a multicomponent Late Archaic–Early Formative period site in the southwestern Lake Titicaca basin, Peru."
- Peruvian retailer plans to top Cencosud (Reuters, Jean Luis Arce) "Peruvian retailer Supermercados Peruanos said on Monday it hopes to overtake Chile's Cencosud as Peru's top supermarket operator in the 'next three years'."
- More updates from Reuters Latin American Investment Summit