Attending the signing ceremony in Geneva will be the Vice-Minister of External Trade of Peru, as well as the Ambassadors of the EFTA States.
A press release, trade statistics and photos of the signing will be made available on this Web site after the ceremony.
Peru trade facts:
Exports (2005) -- $17 billion: gold, copper, fishmeal, petroleum, zinc, textiles, apparel, asparagus and coffee.
Imports (2005)--$12.15 billion: machinery, vehicles, processed food, petroleum and steel.
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