Business leaders from Peru and Japan confirmed their resolve Sept. 9 to strengthen bilateral economic ties despite the hostage crisis that ended in April at the Japanese ambassador’s residence in Lima.

About 140 business people and government officials participated in the two-day meeting of the Business Council between Japan and Peru. The participants discussed such subjects as political and economic issues, privatization in Peru, and the recent development of regional economic unification in Central and South America.

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