Trade Minister Jose Luis Silva said the study's preliminary findings also point out the best global policies with regard to trade offices.
The results of the World Bank study will be made available in two weeks so as the conclusions of a multisectoral commission that will determine the mechanisms of transfer of the trade offices from the Foreign Ministry to Mincetur.
"We are working closely with the Foreign Ministry in the process of transferring the offices and we are confident that the private sector will help keep exports growing," he said during the launch of Expoalimentaria 2012 on Thursday.
Silva reiterated that once the Law on the transfer of trade offices is published, Mincetur has 30 days to carry out that task.
Peru currently has 16 commercial attaches and the number is expected to reach 20 by 2013.