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20th May 2022 00:20Latin America, Daily Monitor

Chile’s recovery has stalled, due to plunging domestic demand; the upturn will resume, but risks remain.

The constitutional process is entering the final phase; the most controversial issues have been ditched...

...But uncertainty persists, and voters are disenchanted; the process likely will end up being a disaster.

bcch capex chilean economy clp construction copper copper prices domestic demand energy exports global growth headline rate inflation expectations manufacturing mining net exports pension policy private consumption q1 q3 real gdp September voters

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