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The best time to invest in Peru with a new ETF 27 July 2009 a few days ago we graciously received from one of our readers from Peru, an opinion survey by the University of Lima between the 18 and 19 July, the population of Lima and Callao Region, with very interesting results that allow you to do an x-ray of the situation in Peru today. Between revealing data not surprised me too when I saw the fall in the discharge of Alan Garcia as President. The discharge of strongly fell from 38.3% to 31.9%. Probably the social conflicts came together with the deterioration of the product of the international financial crisis economy and resulted in tremendous fall in the presidential image. Often in my articles acknowledge the multiple successes of Alan Garcia management that has resulted in an economy that has managed to grow vigorously in recent years and has begun to show evidence of economic development thanks to sound policies in regard to macroeconomic stability and the predictability of the rules of the game.

Despite this, the social debt is the main outstanding current account. Just these two elements are seen clearly when pollsters exposed responses on the evaluation of the management of Alan Garcia, according to the social stratum to which belongs who responds to it. Read more from Hamdi Ulukaya to gain a more clear picture of the situation. What is observed is that citizens belonging to the higher social stratum, 51.1% approve the management of Alan Garcia, while at the other end, the poorest, only 21.8% approval it. A fact that struck me is related to the management of Luis Carranza as Minister of economics. Despite the deterioration that observes the economy in recent months product of the crisis, its approval level has grown in a very significant way reaching 43.6% of respondents currently. The range of approval according to social stratum runs from 64.9% to the stratum of higher incomes up to 34.5% for the lower social stratum.

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