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Peru's mining continues to be a main driver of the country's growth. But there has been a slowdown at some of the country's principal projects due to social unrest. Weak metals prices have not helped. Peru has consolidated itself as the world's second-largest copper producer for some years to come, and the market points to a revival at some point as China's infrastructure spending requires new capacity in a market limited by a lack of mines with high quality ore content. The key for the new government will be solving social tensions and spreading mining prosperity throughout the country.
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