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Unpacking the election surprises in Ecuador & Peru

The surprising victory for conservative Guillermo Lasso in Ecuador’s presidential election increases the chances that public debt will be put onto a sustainable path, and will probably boost the country’s sovereign dollar bonds in the near term. Meanwhile, Peru’s general election seems to have reinforced the growing fragmentation of the political system, presenting a risk to its slow vaccination campaign.

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