Chilean Macro Strength in Question

Dec 8, 2008

The global crisis is toppling LatAm economies like dominoes, and cracks are starting to widen in Chile, the region’s highest rated large economy. The country is reeling from a copper price plunge, and talk that it was discussing a contingent credit line with the IMF has raised further worries. Kasper Bartholdy, head of EM fixed...

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