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Course correction

23 July 2012 By Raul Gallegos

The once-feared leftist president has shown a heavy hand to social unrest. But Humala’s sensible economic policies have fueled 5 pct GDP growth and a solid equity market. He has also sided with foreign investors against mining protesters. Far from Chavez, he may be the new Lula.

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