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19 July 2017 Peru's Economy is Recovering But Temporary Political Noise is a Drag

By Andres Abadia

Following a challenging start to this year, Andean economic prospects are improving gradually, thanks to falling interest rates, lower inflation, relatively stable currencies and--in some cases--increased infrastructure spending.

Posted: 18th Jul 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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