Peru’s economy grew by 3.69% in April, but mining stoppage slows recovery

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to economic results, the Peruvian economy registered a year-on-year advance of 3.8% in the first four months of the year, while in the last 12 months through April, national production increased by 9.88%.

The Peruvian economy grew by 3.69% year-on-year in April, the government said Wednesday, slightly less compared to the previous two months because the advance was contained by the stoppage of two major copper mines due to community protests.

The figure compares with a 59.25% expansion in the same month of 2021, a high base . . .

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