In 2009, Chile had Finance Minister Andres Velasco fortunes reversed. Its financial policy, which had come under fire had been used only a year ago to fund a $ 4000000000 stimulus package amid the global economic crisis. Velasco was now Chile popular minister. However, the future of Chile’s fiscal policy was questionable result with the election of a new president, Sebastian Pinera, the first Conservative leader to Chile in two decades.

In 2009, Chile had Finance Minister Andres Velasco fortunes reversed. Its financial policy, which had come under fire had been used only a year ago to fund a $ 4000000000 stimulus package amid the global economic crisis. Velasco was now Chile popular minister. However, the future of Chile’s fiscal policy was questionable result with the election of a new president, Sebastian Pinera, the first Conservative leader to Chile in two decades.
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Laura Alfaro,
Dante Roscini,
Renee Kim
Source: Harvard Business School
7 pages.
Release Date: 29 March 2010. Prod #: 710020-PDF-ENG
Chile’s Copper Surplus: The Road Not Taken (B) HBR case solution

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