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The fallout from protests in Peru

Widespread unrest across several regions in Peru could make the central bank’s job of reducing above-target inflation even more difficult while also threating to hamper activity in some of the country’s key industries, such as mining and tourism. Peru’s role as a major player in the global copper market means that protests could also add further upward pressure to copper prices.

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