American companies to invest in Peru to expand their business
A delegation of 20 American companies led by the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce, Bruce Andrews, will join Healthcare Trade and Investment Mission in Peru. The companies are 3M, Medtronic, Abbott, Accuray, BMS, Catachem, Centene, Frye, GE, Gilead, Infor, International Isotopes, International Medicine Institute, University of Miami, InterSystems, Merck, Pfizer, Rauland Borg, Ready Computing, T.Y. Lin and Varian Medical Systems. The trade mission will help U.S. companies launch or increase their business in Peru, focusing on pharmaceutical producers, medical device manufacturers, hospital operations and management services, hospital information systems, eHealth solutions, and hospital construction and design. The US can be a valuable partner in helping Peru expand its healthcare sector as the American healthcare companies provide the world’s most innovative products and services. American firms along with the U.S. government are ready to support Peru’s aim to reform the quality of healthcare, as well as increase access to life-saving medicines and facilities staffed with the highest quality personnel.