For Peru, that's only a partial tally of the cost of weeks of protests over a proposed silver mine.
The mining project, by Canadian firm Bear Creek, has now been cancelled. The Peruvian government revoked the company's license to build a mine near the shores of Lake Titicaca and halted all new mining concessions in the Puno province for the next 36 months.
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But while the agreement might put an end to the most recent violence, it hardly seems like a lasting solution to the social protests besetting the Andean nation.