Peru has maintained a privileged place among a handful countries in Latin America for its attractive and varied infrastructure investment programs.

The country is now suffering however from the aftermath of the Odebrecht scandal that has left its mark up and down the continent. The Brazilian company has admitted to paying bribes worth hundreds of millions of dollars to local officials - including the financing of presidential campaigns - in order to obtain infrastructure contracts.

The scandal has led to political crisis in Peru, one that came close to outsting President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski in December.

In this atmosphere of uncertainty questions arise about the impact that these events will have on the efforts of the Kuczynski government to push for new investment in infrastructure. How will his government regain the trust of the companies that take part in the industry?

This report looks into the current state of infrastructure in Peru, and offers a roadmap of what to expect in the years ahead.


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