Central Bank of Peru - Annual Report 2007

The Peruvian economy expanded by an impressive 9% last year - the highest growth rate for more than 13 years, the central bank's latest Annual Report reveals.

"The remarkable pace of growth observed in the country over the past eight consecutive years has contributed to consolidate sustained growth and to gradually reduce poverty. It is worth pointing out that per capita GDP has grown 34% in this period," the central bank said.

International reserves increased by more than 60% last year to over

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