Foreign investors seem to be immune to the latest Peruvian political events —especially to the early
, Moody's Investors Service Vice-President Jaime Reusche affirmed on Monday.
Concerning local investors, the Moody's representative pointed out they have become more sensitive to political events.
"Naturally, the local investor has a greater influence on short-term economic activity. However, we must remember the average Peruvian is calm regarding the decision of calling for (general) elections
," Reusche expressed.
Furthermore, the officer stated the next administration must pay special attention to the economic framework, as it has registered modest growth over recent years.