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18 Feb. 2015 Economic Activity Likely to Improve in Peru this Year, Gradually

By Andres Abadia

Peru's central bank, BCRP, left rates unchanged last week, at 3.25%, a four-year low. Above-target inflation and currency volatility prevented the Board from cutting rates.

Posted: 18th Feb 2015 in 'Latin America Documents'

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