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    Introduction Regarding population and geographic extension‚ Chile is a small country with an estimated of 18 million people living in 291‚930 sq. mi.‚ located at the end of the world‚ in the Southern Cone‚ surrounded by Peru‚ Bolivia‚ Argentina‚ and the Ocean Pacific. However‚ it has been somehow relatively worldwide known due to the neoclassical policies applied since the mid-1970s‚ labeled also as neoliberal. Harvey explains neoliberalism as “a theory of political economy practices proposing that

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    Culture of Chile

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    Culture of Chile The culture of Chile is one of a relatively homogeneous society where historically its geographical isolation and remoteness has played a key role. During colonial times‚ the Chilean culture was a mix of Spanish colonial elements and indigenous (essentially Mapuche) culture. After Independence‚ Chilean culture has been heavily anglicised throughout the 19th century with elements of German‚ French and Italian culture‚ erasing nearly all of the Spanish influence. American influence

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    Introduction Chile is a republic located in southwestern South America. On the north side of Chile lies Peru‚ to the east is Bolivia and Argentina‚ and on the south Peru is bounded by the Pacific Ocean. The Archipelagoes Islands extend along the southern coast of Chile from Chiloé Island to Cape Horn. Among these islands are the Chonos Archipelago‚ Wellington Island‚ and the western portion of Tierra del Fuego. Some other islands that belong to Chile include the Juan Fernández Islands‚ Easter Island

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    Chile Economy

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    Analysis of Macroeconomics in Chile & Suggestion on Investment Date: 12.01.2011 Table of Contents Executive summary 4 Chile background 5 About Chile 6 Location and Size 6 Population 6 Language 7 Weather and Climate 7 Chile – a seismic country 8 The Earthquake in 2010 9 Overview of Chile Economics 9 GDP 10 Chile Economic Structure: The Road Ahead 11 Chile GDP Forecast 12 Labor 12 Poverty and Wealth 12 Chile Unemployment Forecast 13 Chile working conditions 14 Inflation

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    The wine industry of Chile is perhaps one of the most interesting case studies with regard to developing countries in the world. First‚ it is particularly interesting because prior to 1980‚ Chilean wine was thought to be of a much lower quality than many of the world’s best wines. However‚ companies used investors and technology to make the Chilean wine trade one of the most prosperous in the world. Chile has always had a suitable climate for the production of high quality wine. However‚ the lack

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    Chile wine

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    the ideal economic‚ geographic and climatic conditions that Chile possesses to develop high quality wine. Further investigations reveal that there was an increase in the level of consumption of the Chilean wine due to the increasing level of quality expressed in the international award received by Chilean firms and finally that the wine industry is well

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    Cultural Analysis of Chile

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    a very promising future. Chile is the longest country in the world geographically speaking with a majority of the population residing in the central region‚ specifically Santiago‚ the capital‚ and Viña del Mar. The official language is Spanish‚ although in some regions a couple of other languages are still prevalent. Politically‚ the country has gone through many transitions from dictatorships‚ to military coups‚ to Christian democratic ruling parties. Today‚ Chile is a strong democratic nation

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    Stunning Views In Chile

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    Chile is a Latin country located beside the Pacific Ocean. Stunning views in Chile makes it a beautiful country that attracts people to come and see these places. Chile got free from coups from a long time ago. Chile was ruled by General Augusto Pinochet‚ whose dictatorship left more than three thousands of people were killed and missing (BBC). Two countries occupied Chile before Spain arrived to the Latin Americans country (CIA). In Chile‚ people are in small numbers compared to Chile’s

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    Chile Shale Gas

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    1. Tips for Doing Business in Chile 1.1 General Advise While Chile is a top South American country‚ there is some general advice to follow when doing business with them: First‚ it is important to communicate with Chilean authorities in Spanish‚ at least in the first contacts made. Chilean companies can communicate in English‚ and you may find that they answer you in English‚ even if you contacted them in Spanish. However‚ some companies‚ or even authorities‚ are not able to correspond in English

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    Military Coup In Chile

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    Chile had been engulfed in an authoritarian period for years. This came to a halt in the 1960s‚ when social movements began to emerge prompting many to question existing social and political policies. The US had previously been involved in funding political campaigns‚ but relations turned sour in 1970. Salvador Allende won the presidency under the platform that more would be given to the citizens of Chile‚ as opposed to foreign investors. After becoming a socialist state‚ many of the reforms under

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