The President emphasized that the initiative provides tools so the electoral process can take place while respecting the appropriate health measures in order to prevent the Coronavirus pandemic from spreading.read more
The document contains important information that everyone in the workforce should know about making workplaces safe and continuously safeguarding the lives and health and safety of workers.read more
In his third State of the Nation Address, the President announced a recovery plan for Chile called ‘Paso a Paso, Chile se Recupera’ (step by step, Chile recovers). It entails US$34 billion in public investment over the period 2020-2022.read more
“There are many demanding problems we need to address, challenges we need to meet and opportunities we need to develop,” said the President. He added that the mission of the new team will be to listen and open up dialogues so that Chile can become fairer and more caring, with equality of opportunities.read more
The President called on people not to minimize the impact of the disease, not to lower their guard, to avoid generating misplaced optimism or inducing imprudent complacency. He also called on all Chileans to respect the quarantine measures and health regulations, which are designed to protect everyone and contain the spread of Covid-19.read more
The President met with municipal leaders and announced a fund to support municipal management in response to the health and economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus.read more
The initiative will benefit workers who issue invoices for services rendered, who will receive up to three payments for a maximum of 500,000 Chilean pesos (US$600).read more
For all Chileans, the past four weeks have been hard and difficult, affecting the body and soul of our society; they have left us with profound lessons and have also sown hope.
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The Minister Gonzalo Blumel indicated that a process of transversal dialogue will begin with all sectors, to achieve the broadest agreements and coordination to advance towards this new Constitution.
Chile's credit profile balances its very strong financial and institutional strength against a level of economic diversification and GDP per capita that lags that of its peers.
The shipments of copper concentrate reached an historical maximum in this period, accounting for 57% of the total copper exported, while the shipments of copper cathodes reached their lowest level since 2016.
Find out here official information related to the actions taken by the Government of Chile to face the current situation in the country.