Growth in Chile’s economy accelerated at the start of the year, but the headline figure masks signs of pronounced weakness. We expect the economy to struggle over the coming quarters amid tight monetary policy and project a 0.3% contraction over 2023 as a whole. The one crumb of comfort is that weak domestic demand should help to continue to reduce Chile’s external vulnerabilities.
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