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Requirement: How stable is Peru and how is its stability or instability likely to change in the next 2 years? What factors or processes would likely to be the driving forces (Including but not limited to the following: economic, political, demographic, military, social)? How will these factors and processes of stability or instability manifest themselves over the next 2 years of this estimate? by Mind Map: Requirement:  How stable is Peru and how is its stability or instability likely to change in the next 2 years? What factors or processes  would likely to be the driving forces (Including but not limited to the following: economic, political, demographic, military, social)? How will these factors and processes of stability or instability manifest themselves over the next 2 years of this estimate?

1. Big problems

2. Economy

2.1. GDP

2.2. GDP per capita

2.3. Growth Rate

2.4. Main leading factors

2.5. Inflation

2.6. Poverty

2.7. Unemployment

2.8. Ease of doing business

2.9. Money in exports

2.9.1. What does Peru export ?

2.9.2. To who does Peru export?

2.10. Money in imports

2.10.1. Where does Peru import from?

2.10.2. What does Peru import?

2.11. Mining

2.11.1. Slave labor

2.11.2. Human trafficking

2.11.3. Informal or illegal mining

2.11.4. Mining for what?

2.12. Mining

2.13. Drug Trade

2.13.1. Military investment

2.13.2. Foreign investment

2.13.3. How much of GDP is affected?

2.14. Credit

2.15. Domestic Market

2.16. Foreign Investment

2.17. Corruption

2.18. Stocks

2.19. Infrastructure

2.20. Business Freedom

2.21. US to Sol?

2.22. Environmental causes of instability

2.23. Economic History

2.24. Gross external debt

2.25. Public Debt

2.26. Economic aid

2.27. #1

3. Social

3.1. Rioting

3.1.1. Mining

3.1.1.1. Health problems

3.1.1.1.1. Environmental problems

3.1.1.2. Informal mining

3.1.2. Coca growers

3.1.2.1. Insurgency

3.1.2.1.1. Drug Trafficking

3.1.2.2. Poverty

3.1.3. Deforestation

3.2. Protests

3.3. Discrimination

3.4. Deforestation

3.4.1. Mining

3.4.2. Highways

3.5. Stikes

3.6. Water

3.7. Gender Equality

3.8. #3

4. Militaty

4.1. Size

4.2. Importance

4.3. Main treats

4.3.1. By whom?

4.3.2. Where is the main threat?

4.4. History

4.5. Main division

4.6. Where most stations located

4.7. IPB

4.7.1. Main way of infiltration by other countries?

4.8. Corruption

4.9. Main focus is on what?

4.10. Costs or Investment in the military

4.11. #4

5. Demographics

5.1. Capital of Peru

5.1.1. How many people live there?

5.1.2. Infrastructure

5.1.3. Military protection

5.2. IPB

5.3. How many states

5.3.1. How are they controlled?

5.4. Where is the rich live

5.4.1. Where is the poor live

5.5. Environmental problems

5.6. Effected by drug trafficking?

5.7. Effected by mining?

5.7.1. Human trafficking

5.7.1.1. Slave labor

5.7.2. Environmental Problems

5.7.3. Health problems

5.8. Population

5.9. Immigration and migration

5.10. Deaths

5.11. Life expectancy

5.12. Cultures

5.12.1. Indigenous people?

5.12.1.1. Threats

5.13. Ethnicity

5.14. Popular places to visit

5.14.1. Tourist attractions

5.14.1.1. Money made?

5.15. Religion

5.16. #5

6. Government/Political

6.1. Policies

6.1.1. Formalization process

6.2. Social Inclusion

6.3. Business freedom

6.4. Foreign relations

6.5. Popularity

6.6. Stability/Instability

6.7. History

6.8. Current conflicts

6.9. Term of gov. (how long)

6.10. Fears

6.11. How much control?

6.12. Corruption

6.13. How the gov. works

6.14. #2

7. Brendan Crowther. Peru. made in 2014. Phone: 440-708-4875 Email: [email protected]

8. Main Links

9. .

10. Good

11. Key

12. Most important groups

12.1. # 1

12.2. # 2

12.3. .

12.4. .

12.5. .

13. Least important groups

13.1. # 3

13.2. # 4

13.3. # 5

13.4. .

14. Stable