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Chile’s Problems Won’t Be Solved at the Ballot Box

18 November, 2021Bloomberg

As Nikhil Sanghani of Capital Economics points out, fiscal policy is likely to remain loose whichever way the presidential race goes — whether with Boric’s larger state or, as is underestimated, with Kast’s promised tax cuts, which he may struggle to cover. And that’s before considering constitutional demands.

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