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10% of Peruvian multinationals would prefer to pay their workers in U.S.dollars

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It is nothing new for Peruvians to talk about the devaluation of the official currency, the sol, against strong currencies such as the dollar and the euro. Following the devaluation, many companies have been forced to close or reduce personnel, generating a higher poverty and unemployment rate in the country.

The price of essential household goods has increased, and the cost of fuel and useful tools for the development of their daily tasks.

However, a study shows that 10% of large companies headquartered in Peru would change the benefits provided to their workers from soles to . . .

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