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The government of Peru's Tacna region has proposed creating a science, technology and innovation park.
The park, expected to be ready by 2014, would require an investment close to US$20mn, according to the government's website.
The initiative will be led by a committee headed by the regional government's VP, Frankie Kuong Delgado and composed of regional academic authorities.
The proposal integrates the government, the private sector and higher education institutions into a physical platform that is expected to promote the development of local companies, as well as create some 7,500 direct and indirect jobs.