California investors eye Peru's dairy & biodiesel sectors

A group of businesspeople of the Greater San José Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GSJHCC) in California, USA, is planning to invest 33 million dollars in Peru's dairy, manufacturing and biodiesel sectors, its executive director Carlos Figueroa announced today.

Figueroa explained that the San José Hispanic Chamber of Commerce invests in profitable projects in a joint effort with other companies.

He said the GSJHCC is interested in building a dairy plant, through a joint venture, which will require an investment of between 12 and 15 million dollars.

"In this occasion, we have met with stockbreeders from Trujillo (La Libertad), and then we will visit Arequipa because in one of these cities we plan to build the plant", he told Andina news agency.

The Greater San José Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GSJHCC) is a democratic, open, transparent, membership-driven, entrepreneurial organization committed to serving the needs of the varied business community in the San Jose Area.

Publication: Andina - English Newswire
Provider: Andina
Date: September 5, 2008

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