Blog posts tagged by tag: chile
In October, President Sebastian Piñera hailed Chile as an oasis of stability in Latin America. However, the civil unrest that engulfed the country later that month and the subsequent promise of a new constitution have cast doubts over Chile’s economic model, which has fostered almost three decades of stellar economic growth. With the institutional framework and market-friendly policies now called into question, the economy is heading into uncharted waters. To examine the country’s outlook in further depth, we spoke to Alejandro Fernandez, chief economist at Gemines.
Country-wide protests have rocked Chile since mid-October, weighing on the economic outlook of Latin America’s long-time poster child.
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