Some 8,000 Peruvian Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) are already exporting to the world and the number is expected to increase, reported Thursday the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur). Some 97 percent of these enterprises export from US$50,000 to US$200,000, though some of them export over one million dollars, said Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Martín Pérez.
“We have trained over 15,000 SME in more than 20 regions. In Gamarra garment-making cluster, we have two stands where we provide support to small entrepreneurs on export and drawback processes”, he explained.
Other tools implemented by the Ministry to support SME are Tramifácil and Exporta Fácil, though the most important one is Expoperú.
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