This Wednesday is the second day of Rumbo a PERUMIN – Consensuses for the progress of central Peru, an event that will bring together leaders of the entrepreneurial sector, civil society, and academia to analyze and discuss the challenges facing the central regions of the country, as well as proposals that could lead to their development.
According to the organizer, the event starts at 6 p.m. with a series of conferences that will feature Elmer Huamán, independent consultant and advisor to the Ministry of Economy and Finance; Diego Macera, general manager of the Peruvian Institute of Economics; and Milton von Hesse, director of Videnza Consultores.
The event will also feature Gabriel Daly, Confiep’s economic policy and development manager; Darío Zegarra, chairman of the Public Works for Taxes Alliance; and Alfonso Velásquez, former chairman of Sierra y Selva Exportadora.
Additionally, a panel of experts, including Walter Casquino, distinguished professor at the Professional Academic School of Mining Engineering at Universidad Continental; the regional director for South America of Earthday; Yanina Traverso, former chairwoman of the Chamber of Commerce of Huancayo; and Augusto Fernandini, founding partner of Agrosun, will exchange experiences and opinions.
Finally, the president of PERUMIN 35 Mining Convention, Claudia Cooper, will wrap up the second day with relevant comments and conclusions.
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About Rumbo a PERUMIN
Rumbo a PERUMIN is a decentralized space to discuss the national mining agenda and development opportunities for the communities of direct influence, the regions, and the country in general.
With the slogan “Consensuses for the progress of central Peru,” Rumbo a PERUMIN will focus on the mining regions of the country’s central macro-region, particularly Pasco, Junín, and Lima Provinces.