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3rd Mar 2023 16:39Latin America, Weekly Monitor

  • Chile’s economy started the year on a strong footing, despite an array of domestic headwinds.
  • The BCCh will be uneasy, due to a stronger-than-expected economy, potentially delaying rate cuts...
  • ...But risks to activity remain tilted to the downside; higher unemployment will force the Bank to cut soon.

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