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13 February 2017 BCCh Says it's not Worried About Inflation, Will it Ease Tomorrow?

By Andres Abadia

Chile's Central Bank's monetary policy meeting, scheduled for tomorrow, likely will be one of the most difficult in recent months. Economic activity remains soft, and GDP likely contracted in Q4, due to weakness in mining output and investment.

Posted: 12th Feb 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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