Castillo invites investors to go to Peru: “We are not communists”

He indicated that his government invites big investors and businessmen to come to Peru, a country he described as "eminently mining" and with "enough wealth", which he claimed should reach "even the most common man"

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President of Peru, Pedro Castillo, invited this Monday (20) investors and companies to bet on his country and rejected the idea that his government intends to scare away the entry of capital: "We are not communists, we have not come to expropriate anyone, we have not come to scare away investments," he said.

Castillo spoke at a virtual protocol session of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) convened on the occasion of the Peruvian President's first visit.

Wearing his traditional straw hat and introducing himself as a teacher by profession . . .

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