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  • In Pictures Peru elections

    Presidential candidate Ollanta Humala speaks to supporters for the first time since exit polls and a partial vote count gave him a victory in the first round of elections in Lima, Peru, on April 10. The left-wing nationalist won the first round, but not by a margin wide enough to avoid a runoff, which he will dispute with either Keiko Fujimori or Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

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  • Peru, Colombia, and Chile merge stock markets

    The market alliance of the three right-leaning nations spanning most of South America's Pacific coast gives investors better exposure to assets linked to the region’s natural resources and its rising middle class.

  • The battle to become Peru's next president

    The battle to become Peru's next president

    Analysts predict a tight June 5 runoff after this weekend's presidential vote. Left-wing candidate Ollanta Humala is expected to face Congresswoman Keiko Fujimori, daughter of the imprisoned former president Alberto Fujimori.

  • Leftist Humala leads Peru election polls, but undecided voters could cause upset

    Leftist Humala leads Peru election polls, but undecided voters could cause upset

    Eleven percent of the electorate was still undecided ahead of today's Peru election, a fact that could swing the vote away from leading candidate Ollanta Humala.

  • In Pictures Peru elections

    Presidential candidate Ollanta Humala speaks to supporters for the first time since exit polls and a partial vote count gave him a victory in the first round of elections in Lima, Peru, on April 10. The left-wing nationalist won the first round, but not by a margin wide enough to avoid a runoff, which he will dispute with either Keiko Fujimori or Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.