© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A employee walks pasts the emblem of the Central Reserve Financial institution of Peru (BCRP) inside its headquarters constructing in Lima, Peru June 16, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
LIMA (Reuters) – Peru presidential front-runner Pedro Castillo stated on Monday he would respect the autonomy of the Andean nation´s central financial institution if he wins the presidency, and that his financial plan didn’t embrace nationalizations or expropriations.
Castillo held a razor-thin, however rising, 50.26% to 49.74% lead over conservative competitor Keiko Fujimori early on Monday night with almost 96% of the vote counted.
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