Peru - Country Commercial Guide
Market Entry Strategy
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U.S. companies often find it convenient to secure a local representative to investigate market opportunities and establish sales networks.  Successfully navigating Peru’s business practices, tax/fee issues, and overall bureaucracy usually requires retaining local legal counsel.  We encourage U.S. exporters, especially those targeting government agencies, to contact their local U.S. Commercial Service Export Assistance Center (USEAC), before traveling, for a briefing on how we can assist U.S. businesses.  For more information on our services, please refer to  The Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) and the U.S. Department of State Economic Section (ECON) of the U.S. Embassy in Lima can also provide briefings on Peru’s economic, financial, and investment climate.

The U.S. Commercial Service in Embassy Lima:
Av. La Encalada cuadra 17 s/n Monterrico, Surco, Lima, Peru Tel.: 511-618 2442
Keenton Chiang, Commercial Counselor, Email:  

Philip Finiello, Commercial Attaché, Email:

U.S. Department of Commerce 
14th & Constitution Avenue, N.W.  Room C-300
Washington, D.C. 20230

Matthew Gaisford, Peru Desk Officer

Tel.: (202) 482-0057


With a network of offices across the United States and overseas, the U.S.  Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce utilizes its global presence and international marketing expertise to help U.S. companies sell their products and services worldwide.  Locate the U.S. Commercial Service trade specialist in the United States nearest you.