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23rd May 2023 15:02Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Peru’s GDP likely will resume its uptrend in Q2, following a terrible start to the year, hit by the protests.
  • The effect of the political crisis is fading, inflation is falling and exports are improving, at the margin.
  • Lower interest rates will support a gradual recovery of capex and private consumption over the second half.

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