Four Major Questions Remain As Peru's Battle With Gramercy Might End In SettlementMark Melin
As a new Peruvian president with Wall Street experience and a capitalist focus prepares to step into office, a well-connected Washington D.C.-based Peruvian bond holder advocacy group fighting the government is calling for a recent legal opinion Peru commissioned from University of Virginia Law School Dean Paul Mahoney to be made public. Peru and Mahoney, to this point, have resisted such calls. There are four specific questions this reporter would like to ask Dean Mahoney that not only address Mahoney's investigation -- and why certain people were not apparently questioned . . .
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