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The SNI is a non-profit organization that gathers the industrial private
companies in Peru. it was established on June 12, 1896 with the idea of
represent and promote the industrial sector and protect
the interests of the private national industry.
Currently it encompasses more than 1,000 companies that represent 90% of the country's GNP.
Sources: http://www.sni.org.pe/nosotros/quienes.php and http://www.sni.org.pe/nosotros/historia.php
Its flag is a horizontal green flag with the logo in the middle. However, since there are many versions of the logo, thus there are several variants of the flag:
Version 1: The logo is a golden cog wheel, the inside green and the initials SNI in yellow. (Source: http://www.sni.org.pe/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=347 )
Version 2: The logo is a golden cog wheel, the inside green and the initials SNI in gold. (The SNI located on the top right.) (Source: http://www.comunidadandina.org/prensa/archivo/foto_612.htm )
For additional information see: SNI (official website)
Esteban Rivera, 07 July 2012