Peru's growth jumped at the beginning of 2018's second quarter, following a strong acceleration in the first one, the latest FocusEconomics' LatinFocus Consensus Forecast report recalled.
Further signs of the economy's good health came from the banking and public sectors.
In the first two months of the quarter, credit to the private sector
rose at a robust pace, while the fiscal deficit shrunk for the third consecutive month last May, thanks to soaring tax revenue
and the windfall from a tax amnesty.
Meanwhile, "public investment increased throughout the second quarter."