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Peru's mining sector holds its breath

Pedro Castillo looks almost certain to be the next president of Peru, by the slimmest of margins of just 49,420 votes. Assuming he survives the attempt by his opponent, Keiko Fujimori to annul some 200,000 votes, what could a Castillo presidency mean for Peru and its mining industry?

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Pedro Castillo, Peru's president elect?

The election result could prove to be a turning point in Peru's trajectory of 20-years of economic growth, with many in the business, finance and mining sectors fearful of what a Castillo presidency