The Peruvian 3D animator industry is growing, and the best of it is that their never-ending creativity.
Its long tradition encompases different historical periods from ancient Peru, the Inca empire, the Viceroyalty and the Republic.
The publishing sector in Peru has a new business model for the promotion and commercialization of books.
Peru is acknowledged worldwide as one of the main suppliers of franchises in Latin America.
The first printing house was opened in Lima in 1583; the first printing was doctrinaire.
Peru's official application was created in 2007, when the companies making flash animations started to focus on digital campaigns.
The main mining products exported by Peru are silver, copper, zinc, tin, bismuth, and tellurium.
The formal sector of software developers grow 30% a year in Peru, and employs more than 8,000 engineers.
To promote the development of video games production, Peru entered an agreement with the Pacific Alliance.
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