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MUNS: Peru

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The United Nations says Peru will be Latin America's second-fastest growing economy this year. But some companies say a law meant to protect the country's indigenous groups may get in the way of growth.

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Peru is located on the Pacific coast of South America. It borders Ecuador and Colombia to the north, Brazil and Bolivia to the east and Chile to the south. Geographically, it has three distinct regions: a narrow coastal strip, the wide Andean mountain range and the Amazon rainforest.

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