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Latin America Documents | 19 December 2017 Andean Economies Closely Related by Copper, but Divided by Politics
Sebastián Piñera returns to the Presidential Palacio de la Moneda, succeeding Michelle Bachelet as president of Chile, as in 2010.

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19 December 2017 Andean Economies Closely Related by Copper, but Divided by Politics

By Andres Abadia

Sebastián Piñera returns to the Presidential Palacio de la Moneda, succeeding Michelle Bachelet as president of Chile, as in 2010.

Posted: 18th Dec 2017 in 'Latin America Documents'

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