Peru among five Latin American countries to pull ambassadors as Gaza crisis deepens on breaking of ceasefire
Peru’s Ollanta Humala has announced boosts to state spending and further economic stimulus in a bid to win support for his beleaguered government.Read more "Peru’s Humala Seeks to Revive Presidency"
Peru’s ruling Nationalist party verges on crisis as six rebel lawmakers resign to form a new party in protest at candidate selections ahead of Congress leadership electionsRead more "Peru’s Government Splits As Rebel Lawmakers Weaken Humala"
Blow dealt to Humala’s presidency as Ana Jara replaces Rene Cornejo after smear campaignRead more "Peru’s Humala Appoints Sixth Prime Minister in Three years"
More than half of Peruvians support new guidelines to give women access to legal abortions, according to a July 21 poll. It’s a ‘critical’ step according to reproductive rights groups.Read more "Peru Takes ‘Critical’ Step In Implementing Legal Abortions"
Peru’s central bank cuts its 2014 growth forecast to 4.4 percent, though sees return to 6 per cent in 2015, with more fiscal stimulus possibly to comeRead more "Slowdown a ‘Blip’ As Central Bank Cuts 2014 GDP Forecast"
Workers wonder where’s the rest, after the government said it would hand out $180 bonus ahead of Peru’s independence celebrationsRead more "‘That It?’ Shrug Peru’s Workers on $180 National Holiday Bonus"