Peru Resident Representative Site
Resident Representative Office in Peru
This web page provides information in on the activities of the Office, views of the IMF staff, and the relations between Peru and the IMF. Additional information can be found on Peru and IMF country page, including official IMF reports and Executive Board documents in English and Spanish that deal with Peru.
News and Highlights
In Latin America and the Caribbean, countries that followed sound policies fared the crisis rather well but as the recovery advances they face challenges associated with strong capital inflows and overheating, IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn said.
IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn will travel to Brazil and Peru from May 25-28, 2010 to meet with government leaders, leading figures from the private sector, and with students and academics. Strauss-Kahn's trip is part of efforts to engage more closely with stakeholders in the region and raise awareness about how the Fund is adapting to serve its members in Latin America.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is launching an online conversation with university students from Peru and other countries in the region. The IMF wants to hear first-hand from the youth of South America about their concerns and interests, and their suggestions about how the IMF can serve the region better.
Peru and The IMF
May 6, 2015
The International Monetary Fund has announced a photo contest to highlight the economic and social challenges, and the potential of Latin America and the Caribbean, as seen through the eyes of young people from the region.
April 29, 2015
Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean is expected to decline for a fifth consecutive year—dipping below 1 percent in 2015—although there are clear differences along North-South lines, the IMF said in its latest regional forecast.
Regional Economic Outlook: Western Hemisphere
The economic outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean remains very challenging. Regional growth is projected to decline for a fifth consecutive year in 2015, dipping below 1 percent. Weakness is concentrated among South America's commodity exporters, where falling global commodity prices have compounded country-specific challenges. Meanwhile, growth is projected to be steady or stronger for most of the Caribbean, Central America, and Mexico, supported by lower oil bills for importers and robust economic recovery in the United States. The analysis in this report examines core challenges facing the region: the impact of lower commodity prices on fiscal and external positions, the drivers of the slowdown in investment, and the role of economic diversification for longer-term growth prospects.