Chile is often cited as a target example for other countries in Latin America and Eastern Europe because of its success in economic restructuring, market liberalization, and stabilization. Deemed the “economic jaguar,” Chile has undergone substantial economic, social, and political transitions over the past decade. However, several problems still need to be addressed before Chile attains developed economic status.
Recommended CitationGriffen '00, Emily; Lizano '01, Esteban G.; Moe '02, Kathy-Ann; Siaba '01, Marta; and Stone '01, Michelle (2000) "Chile: The Success Story of a Developing Country," The Park Place Economist: Vol. 8
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