Peru was among the first Latin American countries to establish diplomatic relations with China. Bilateral ties have been developing smoothly since the two countries established diplomatic ties in 1972.
On April 28, 2009, the Chinese and Peruvian Governments signed the China-Peru Free Trade Agreement in Beijing in the presence of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping and Peruvian Vice President Luis Giampietri Rojas. The China-Peru Free Trade Agreement is the first comprehensive FTA China has signed with a Latin American country. It is a new landmark in the bilateral relations. The Agreement will further strengthen the traditional friendship between the two countries and deepen the economic and trade cooperation.
The Port of Callao is Peru's main commercial seaport. Just 12 kilometers from downtown Lima, the country's capital, the Port of Callao is part of the Lima-Callao metropolitan area.
Other ports: Lima, Paita
China-Peru freight forwarding. Container shipping from China to Peru, China-Peru FTA.
China-Peru relation, free trade agreement between China and Peru. Form R for China-Peru FTA.
Sea freight from China main ports to Callao, Lima, Paita.