Daily News July 12, 2016

Peru’s president names beer company executive Zavala as prime minister Peru’s President-elect Pedro Pablo Kuczynski confirmed on Sunday that Fernando Zavala, the outgoing chief executive of the country’s biggest beer company, will be his prime minister after he takes office July 28. In an interview with local broadcaster RPP, Kuczynski praised Zavala, 45, as well-qualified for the job after holding positions in the finance ministry, the antitrust regulator and the private sector. “He has broad knowledge of what’s going on in Peru and knows how public administration works,” Kuczynski said. “He’s regarded as objective and I think his presence is going to be very positive.” Source: Business Insider Retailer Cencosud’s owners to sell 5 percent stake via share offer The […]

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