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24th Feb 2023 16:46Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • Peru’s economy is holding up relatively well, for now, despite the ongoing political crisis.
  • The numbers highlight the country’s tale of two cities; politics is a mess, but businesses are used to it.
  • Still, the crisis will limit the recovery and will help to push inflation down this year, allowing the BCRP to cut rates.

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