Peru finance minister Castilla to stay in post - prime minister
LIMA, July 8
LIMA, July 8 (Reuters) - Peruvian Finance Minister Luis Miguel Castilla, a mainstream economist well-regarded by investors, will stay in his post after a possible cabinet shuffle later in July, Prime Minister Juan Jimenez told reporters on Monday.
"The information I have is that the finance minister will remain in the cabinet," Jimenez said.
Jimenez runs President Ollanta Humala's cabinet in the fast-growing country. Peruvian presidents typically shuffle their cabinets around Peruvian Independence Day on July 28.
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