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Peru’s president-elect contemplates mining tax hike

Raising taxes on mining was a key plank in newly elected Peruvian President Ollanta Humala’s campaign platform. Now that the leftist politician won the resource-heavy South American nation’s highest office, multinational mining firms are squirming about the coming administration’s course of action on taxes.

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