Carlos Oliva highlighted the initiative and highlighted the importance of the executive boards of the private sector.
During his presentation at the International Forum Quo Vadis Peru 2019, the Minister of Economy, Carlos Oliva, highlighted the importance of the Executive Boards, which in his words “generate a very important impact with the private and intrapublic sector” and are the source for the subsequent implementation of Sector Policies.
Within this framework, the minister highlighted the Tourism executive board, within which he cited as an example the proposal developed by CANATUR to implement the Tax-Free mechanism with the aim of promoting the consumption of tourists and boosting the local economy. Oliva also referred to other initiatives developed in these executive tables, such as the transfer of revenue from IGV air tickets to regional governments to promote tourism, the need to improve operating conditions and access to Jorge Chavez airport and a proposal to improve efficiency in the territorial management of Machu Picchu in order to increase the number of tourists and boost the economy of the Cusco region.
Additionally, during the event organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Lima alluded to the need to address related issues in order to enhance tourist attractions. He mentioned the case of Amazonas, where he declared that the Ministry of Economy is in conversations with the Ministry of Housing about the adjustments of the Chachapoyas Airport and the roads that connect with Kuelap.