on Thursday affirmed that Peru's productive activity is recovering faster than anticipated, adding that construction, mining, commerce, and industry sectors will drive a greater GDP expansion in 2021.
Likewise, the government official indicated that export prices —for various reasons— are favorable to the South American country.
Furthermore, the minister pointed out that the sectors —which contracted strongly this year such as commerce, tourism, and industry— might probably guarantee the economic growth in 2021.
"The debt has been managed responsibly and will remain that way, even amid a health emergency. The pandemic shock contracted GDP
and worsened the financing needs to face a crisis; it has caused a greater ratio of debt/GDP. However, it is still below that of most countries in the region," he said.