Peru is fully committed to the new Asia-Pacific trade agreement that will come on line at the end of this year, according to Peruvian Foreign Minister Nestor Popolizio.

The ministry just received all the consultations from the country’s 19 Cabinet ministries and is doing a legal scrub to determine the next step for ratifying the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Popolizio said.

“We have received opinions from the different sectors and need to determine if the agreement can be ratified through a simple procedure or a more complicated process,” he said.

President Martin Vizcarra’s government is following...