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15th Mar 2022 00:20Latin America, Daily Monitor

  • The COPOM will hike rates further tomorrow, adding to prospects for subpar economic activity.
  • Industrial production is under renewed strain on the back of high inflation and lingering supply issues.
  • Gabriel Boric was sworn in as Chile's president on Friday to herald a new era, will he succeed?

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