The level of net international reserves (RIN) totaled 68,334 million dollars to the 27 of August of this year, higher amount in 1,581 million dollars to the one observed at the end of July and higher in 8,213 million compared with the figure registered at the end of December 2018, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCR).
He reported that the Rhine is made up of liquid international assets and its current level is equivalent to 30 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP). The position of change to the 27th of August last was of 41,733 million, amount higher at 271 million at the end of July and higher at 2,184 million compared to the end of December 2018.
The Rhine guarantees the availability of foreign exchange for extraordinary situations, which could result from external shocks that may result in a significant withdrawal of foreign currency deposits.
A suitable availability of currency contributes to the reduction of the risk country and to the improvement of the adjectives credit of Peru.
It was created in 1974 to preserve the richest areas in species of the altoandine fauna. Consists of 53,000 hectares and is located in Junín and Pasco. It is a protected reserve located in the peruvian Andes in the Bombon Plateau. Much of its territory is located by Lake Junín, also called Chinchaycocha. Lake Junín is the second largest lake in Peru and one of the most important in the Amazon basin.
The Reserve has large swamps, totorals, extensive waters where thousands of aquatic birds live, wild guinea pigs, vizcachas, Andean Cats, bears, llamas and more.
The reserve comprises a number of environmental services, including water regulation, water harvesting, hydro-energy generation and conservation of ecological balance. It can be accessed by the central road, making a detour through Tarma and then another detour towards Junín.
It shows a winter climate between June and October where the lush area is presented, while the rest of the year the Green is gone, leaving only an environment of logs without leaves. The site shows six types of plant communities and a wealth of species. The most notable are papaya silvestre, papa de montaña, salvia, begonia de Lomas and La tara. Which stands out for being a very ancient tree with twisted branches and medicinal attributes. There is also an important wildlife such as the grey deer, the coastal fox, more and 225 species of insects.
Many travelers come to Las Lomas for trekking, birdwatching and camping . Those who wish to go to the Lachay National Reserve are located on the north Pan American Highway km. 105.