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PESTEL analysis for Peru
Transcript of PESTEL analysis for Peru
Peru is organized into three social classes.
The upper class is a minority and mostly found in Lima – they consist of approximately 3% of the total population.
The middle class consists of the workers and professionals that depend on a salary and job –form about 60% of the population.
The lower class is formed by the workers and the campesinos (the rural people/farmers of the country).
Major languages: Spanish, Quechua, Aymara
Cultivation of coca plants is legal, and coca leaves are sold openly on markets.
Possession of up to 2 grams of cocaine or up to 5 grams of coca paste is legal for personal use in Peru
Peru has the third largest extent of tropical rainforests in the world, after Brazil and the Democratic Republic of Congo. These forests are some of the richest in the world, both in terms of biological diversity and natural resources. Also, Peru is rich in copper, silver, lead, zinc, oil and gold.
The politics of the Republic of Peru takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Peru is both head of state and head of government.
Is very stable country
The Republic of Peru is in a state of ongoing democratization.
PESTEL analysis for Peru
Classified as upper middle income by the World Bank and is the 39th largest in the world by total GDP (Gross domestic product)
Combination of economic modernization, natural resource continued improvements in economic governance and political stability, are helping Peru to emerge as one of the most stable economies in Latin America.
Peru have more then 18 scientific and technological learned societies and 15 scientific and technological research institutes.
Long distance buses ,Trains and Mototaxis are very popular in Peru
Peru has a second highest railway in the world, with the Galera summit tunnel under Mount Meiggs at 4,783 m (15,692 ft) and Galera station at 4,777 m (15,673 ft) above sea level.
Peru's government agency involved in taxation issues mainly about Income tax, Added Value Tax and collecting Social Security funds. Standard VAT (value-added tax) rate in Peru is 18%.
Crime in Peru :
There is very high level of crime in Peru, especially in Lima. And, unfortunately, violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery is slowly increasing.
Also, Peru’s murder rate increased from 1,533 murders committed in 2014 to 1,749 murders committed in 2015.
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