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(Bloomberg) — The outcome of Peru’s presidential election hangs in the balance two days after the vote with less than 50,000 ballots separating the two candidates as the count nears its conclusion.

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has 50.14 percent of votes with 97.1 percent of ballots counted, compared with 49.86 percent for Keiko Fujimori, the country’s election office said Tuesday. The 0.28 percentage-point gap has narrowed from 1.6 points when 79 percent of ballots were counted.

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