RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCR) on Friday, November 13th, affirmed that the Peruvian economy is recovering faster than expected, considering the leading indicators of some productive activities.
"Current indicators show a more robust recovery, stronger than initially anticipated. So far, when one looks at electricity and domestic cement consumption indicators, a significant recovery can be observed," BCR Economic Studies Central Manager Adrian Armas affirmed.
"The recovery comes from the private investment side, particularly from the construction sector, and basically, we are referring to self-construction, that is, it (the recovery) is being fueled by . . .