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Economy, Communications

Expreso, Comercio, Ojo, Dailies, Republica

Peruís telephone system, which was nationalized in 1970 and reprivatized in 1994, has 64 mainlines for every 1,000 of Peruís residents. The country is served by more than 300 radio stations and 8 television stations. In 1997 there were 273 radios and 126 television sets in use for every 1,000 people. In the same period the country had 64 daily newspapers. Dailies with large circulations included El Comercio, Expreso, Ojo, and La Republica, all published in Lima.



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