“Chile again looks like a good house in a bad neighborhood”.
With this sentence, Bloomberg highlighted that Chile has begun to re-position itself as the safest country in the region for investment.
Specifically, the country’s risk has reached the lowest level in the last eight months; this risk is lower than that of Peru – which has been affected by a series of social and political protests – and Panama, for example, due to conflicts related to mining.
According to the publication, the rejection of the new constitution influenced the favorable investment scenario.
In the second half of last year . . .