Peru's economy – for so long one of the leading lights in Latin America – has slowed a little of late amid political uncertainty and a decline in demand from China. However, its prospects are still strong and a further embracing of public-private partnerships is proving to be a real cause for enthusiasm.
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Peru’s minister of economy and finance tells Jason Mitchell that treacherous weather systems and China’s shrinking demand for commodities will not stop the country’s return to growth.
Peru’s infrastructure needs a significant upgrade, and the government is looking to private investors to help fill the holes.
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