Peru Economy: Facts, Data, & Analysis on Economic Freedom. Download PDF Quick Facts Population: 30.5 million GDP (PPP): $326.7 billion 6.3% growth 6.5% 5-year compound annual growth $10,719 per capita Unemployment: 6.8% Inflation (CPI): 3.7% FDI Inflow: $12.2 billion Embed This Data Peru’s economic freedom score is 67.4, making its economy the 47th freest in the 2014 Index.
Its score is 0.8 point lower than last year, with an improvement in trade freedom outweighed by deteriorations in labor freedom and business freedom. Peru is ranked 7th out of 29 countries in the South and Central America/Caribbean region, and its overall score is above the world average. Over the 20-year history of the Index, Peru has advanced its economic freedom score by nearly 11 points.
Nonetheless, institutional shortcomings continue to undermine Peru’s chances for long-term economic development, slowing the transition to greater economic freedom. Close Background Rule of LawView Methodology Corruption is a serious problem. Can humans regrow fingers?" When a hobby-store owner in Cincinnati sliced off his fingertip in 2005 while showing a customer why the motor on his model plane was dangerous, he went to the emergency room without the missing tip.
He couldn't find it anywhere. The doctor bandaged the wound and recommended a skin graft to cover the top of his right-middle stub for cosmetic purposes, since nothing could be done to rebuild the finger. Months later, he had regrown it, tissue, nerves, skin, fingernail and all. This particular hobbyist happened to have a brother in the tissue-regeneration business, who told him to forego the skin graft and instead apply a powdered extract taken from pig's bladder to the raw finger tip.
The extract, called extracellular matrix, lays the framework that cells use to generate any given body part. Extracellular matrix is a component of body tissue that functions outside of the body's cells (thus the "extracellular" designation). Can 1 miracle plant solve the world's 3 greatest problems? If someone were to tell you that they had a technology — a weed actually — that could sequester huge amounts of carbon permanently while lifting villagers out of poverty by providing both protein-rich food and super-insulated building materials, you might start to wonder if they were, well, smoking a different weed.
But it appears that one retired building contractor, Bill Loftus, has actually come upon a brilliant application of the fast-growing, carbon-sucking plant known as Kenaf. Kenaf is in the Hibiscus family and is thus related to both cotton and okra. Originally from Africa, this 4,000-year-old crop was used for its fiber. It has the astonishing ability to grow up to 14 feet in one growing season, yielding 6-10 tons of fiber per acre and making it a great source of pulp for paper. But researchers have also discovered (PDF) a corresponding ability of Kenaf to inhale huge quantities of our most abundant global warming gas — CO2. But its not enough to simply absorb CO2. Science Made Simple. Sometimes science can be horribly complicated and while some bandy words about without question; others scratch their heads and wonder what on earth they are talking about!
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