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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.
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