LIMA Ė Peruís Pedro Pablo Kuczynski and Chinese President Xi Jinping presided on Monday over the signing of bilateral pacts in fields including technology, mining and energy.
The signings followed talks at the Peruvian presidential palace.
Xi traveled to Lima for the summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, which concluded Sunday.
China is donating to Peru the Chinese-supplied vehicles and computers that were used for the APEC event.
The two nations have agreed to work together on environmental issues and energy, while a number of Peruvian and Chinese financial institutions have entered into collaborative arrangements.
Neither president offered any statements after the signing ceremony.
The Chinese leader planned to meet later on Monday with Peruís Congress.
Kuczynski, who took office July 28, visited China in September on his first foreign journey as president.