RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Defending the economic model or re-invent it is the dichotomy posed by Peru's presidential candidates, Keiko Fujimori (right) and Pedro Castillo (left), which reveals the possibility of breaking long years of fiscal discipline and growth that nevertheless failed to narrow social gaps.
In the last 30 years, Peru achieved a certain prestige on the financial scene, due to the orderly management of its accounts and the stability of its income, which allowed it to increase savings.
However, the health crisis uncovered a weak health and social security system and wiped out the soundness of . . .