Economy and Finance Minister Carlos Oliva affirmed a
will not be possible, unless the needed political reforms —aimed at improving the quality and soundness of Peruvian public institutions— are carried out.
In this sense, Oliva cited Chile's case as an example. The neighboring country's economic growth was supported by the soundness of its democratic institutions.
He went on to add that —when actions are taken to fight this scourge— there is always some kind of reaction, such as the withdrawal of businesses linked to corruption offenses.