Chile


I Like Chile

Posted on August 17th, by Global Tax Weekly in Corporation Tax, Economy. No Comments

Chile is one of those pleasingly unconventional countries. For a start, it must be the most bizarrely shaped nation on the world atlas. Resembling a fully uncoiled snake, it spans almost 2,500km of South America’s Pacific coastline, yet is only 170km wide on average. But Chile is far more than just a strip of dry desert wedged between the Andes and the ocean. While countries like Brazil and Colombia bathe in the limelight with their membership of the BRICS and CIVETS clubs of top emerging economies, Chile has quietly got on with the business of growing its trade and economy. The country has been fully democratic for over 20 years, and sound economic and fiscal policies have given it the highest sovereign debt rating in the region. Chile has 22 trade agreements covering 60 countries, and exports now account for … Read More »





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