Peru Is Default-Swap Darling as Humala No Chavez: Andes CreditJohn Quigley
For the first time in four years, the cost of insuring against a default by Peru is falling faster than for any Latin American nation as President Ollanta Humala, a former ally of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, embraces investors.
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