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Copper policies and the Chilean economy, 1973-88

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-143).September 1989.

        StatementCorporación de Investigaciones Económicas para Latinoamérica
        PublishersCorporación de Investigaciones Económicas para Latinoamérica
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        LC Classifications1989
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 53 p. :
        Number of Pages84
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        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1
        2no. 132
        3Notas técnicas,

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In 1881 the country prepared for a return to the gold standard and to gradually eliminate fiat currency. The Christian Democratic government of Eduardo Frei had during the late 1960s set in motion the machinery for nationalization of the industry; Allende simply completed in July 1971 what had already been begun, and both houses of the opposition-dominated Congress unanimously approved his action.

[Codelco] Corporacion Nacional del Cobre de Chile History (1909

In retrospect, trying to identify lessons that can be applied to similar situations, I realize that there are two main ingredients in a successful economic reform process. Besides the and the there were some specific Chilean reasons for the crises too. Coalitions slate two candidates for the two Senate and two Chamber of Deputy seats for each electoral district. He sold it in 1916 to Anaconda, which established a subsidiary to exploit it.

Company History: The state-owned Corporacion Nacional del Cobre de Chile Codelco is the world's largest producer of copper, 1973-88 for more than 18 percent of Chile's exports and more Copper policies and the Chilean economy 3 percent of its gross domestic product in the mid- and late 1990s. Even for the Chilean Left, Allende's legacy is a matter of some contention.

69 million metric tons in 1999, Chuquicamata accounted for 39 percent; El Teniente, 21 percent; Andina, 15 percent; Radomiro Tomic, 12 percent; Codelco's share of El Abra's production, 7 percent; and El Salvador, 6 percent. He was succeeded as CEO in 2000 by Juan Villarzu. 1982La Tierra de los Fuegos,Chile: Municipalidad de Porvenir, pp. At mid-century the property encompassed 300 square miles. To do so, they built a modern port and electric-power plant at Tocopilla, 90 miles to the west, with cables to bring power to the mine, and a 55-mile aqueduct over the mountains to bring in water.

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' LatinFinance, November 1999, pp. It was different from crises caused by external shocks, such as the petroleum crises of October 1973 and 1979 and the debt crisis of 1982.

The successive devaluations of the peso in 1982 caused their U. Their children drank milk daily for the first time; their consumption of meat increased; consumer items such as bicycles, radios, television sets and stoves, long thought a luxury, became commonplace in working-class homes. " ,"Central Bank of Chile, vol.