Peru's polarising election puts economic model at stake

A partial vote count of Sunday's presidential run-off has given right-wing populist Keiko Fujimori a narrow lead over her rival, far-left candidate Pedro Castillo. The polarising campaign has put the focus on the free-market economic model outlined in Peru's constitution, with Castillo vowing to reform the text to allow for more state intervention in key sectors. Plus, Toyota reaches a settlement over the suicide of a young engineer, officially recognised as resulting from harassment at work.

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