Tourism Recovery: Peru will invest 500 million for companies to resume operations

Faced with this COVID 19 pandemic situation in Peru, the tourism industry is paralyzed. However, quarantine is about to end, for this reason, tourism recovery is taking place counting with the central government and the corresponding organisms.

Specific programs for Tourism Recovery

There is no doubt that the tourism industry is blown by economic stagnation, therefore, the State has allocated a fund of 500 million soles to help agencies and operators in the tourism sector.

President of the Peruvian Chamber of Tourism (CANATUR), Carlos Canales, indicated that the government is going to offer resources for tourism companies through a program with the aim of achieving tourism recovery in the country.

Economic Recovery in the country

Clearly, the Ministry of Economy (MEF) has been providing similar support to large and small companies for the resumption of activities. 

In the same way, it is expected that the tourism sector overcomes the economic problems generated by the State of Emergency and continue with the activities to achieve tourism recovery.

The Peruvian government is designating 500 million soles for tourism recovery.

Moreover, Carlos Canales indicated the new program has specific characteristics to analyze companies that can access credit. As a result, the program is customized for the tourism sector, to seeks beneficiaries of around 20,000 companies.

Also, Canales reported that along with the aeronautical sector, travel agencies will begin to operate from July. Besides, it is expected that events such as fairs and congresses will resume in August, as well as casinos, always with biosafety protocols.

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