Chilean investments in Peru grow despite a leftist government

Leftist Peruvian President Pedro Castillo has generated uncertainty in the markets, but insufficient to dampen Peru's good standing with Chilean investors. The appointment of the moderate and technocratic Minister of Economy and Finance, Pedro Francke, could generate tranquility.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On July 19, 2021, after three weeks of electoral uncertainty, Pedro Castillo -from the Marxist-oriented Peru Libre party- managed to be proclaimed president of Peru, defeating the right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori and giving rise to the hope of putting an end to a period in which there were four presidents for four years, marked by corruption scandals and presidents removed from office before their time (as was the case of Pedro . . .

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