Peru is the loudest Latin American boom you’ve probably never heard – but should.
These are the kind of macroeconomic data that made the world swoon over Brazil in the 2000s:
● Peru’s economy has grown an average of almost 7 percent the past four years. Wall Street expects equally robust growth for the next five years.
● Wall Street also ranks Peru No. 2, behind only South Korea, when it comes to resisting external shocks to its economy.
Originally published on Thu April 4, 2013 2:00 pm
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Now, the rodents are increasingly showing up on plates in the United States.
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