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How a New Constitution May Impact Chile’s Sovereign Rating

How a New Constitution May Impact Chile’s Sovereign Rating

20min |09/02/2021
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How a New Constitution May Impact Chile’s Sovereign Rating

How a New Constitution May Impact Chile’s Sovereign Rating

20min |09/02/2021
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Moody’s Ariane Ortiz-Bollin is back to join Benito Berber for another #LatamDeepDive podcast, this time on Chile’s sovereign rating – with a focus on how the country’s impending constitutional rewrite may impact market and investor outlook. Last October, nearly 80% of Chileans voted in support of a new constitution. As follow-up elections approach, Ariane and Benito discuss some of the economic implications at play. Although leading analysis indicates a new charter would preserve free market pillars such as property rights and central bank independence – what happens if a lack of political consensus leads to something very different?

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Moody’s Ariane Ortiz-Bollin is back to join Benito Berber for another #LatamDeepDive podcast, this time on Chile’s sovereign rating – with a focus on how the country’s impending constitutional rewrite may impact market and investor outlook. Last October, nearly 80% of Chileans voted in support of a new constitution. As follow-up elections approach, Ariane and Benito discuss some of the economic implications at play. Although leading analysis indicates a new charter would preserve free market pillars such as property rights and central bank independence – what happens if a lack of political consensus leads to something very different?

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Moody’s Ariane Ortiz-Bollin is back to join Benito Berber for another #LatamDeepDive podcast, this time on Chile’s sovereign rating – with a focus on how the country’s impending constitutional rewrite may impact market and investor outlook. Last October, nearly 80% of Chileans voted in support of a new constitution. As follow-up elections approach, Ariane and Benito discuss some of the economic implications at play. Although leading analysis indicates a new charter would preserve free market pillars such as property rights and central bank independence – what happens if a lack of political consensus leads to something very different?

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Moody’s Ariane Ortiz-Bollin is back to join Benito Berber for another #LatamDeepDive podcast, this time on Chile’s sovereign rating – with a focus on how the country’s impending constitutional rewrite may impact market and investor outlook. Last October, nearly 80% of Chileans voted in support of a new constitution. As follow-up elections approach, Ariane and Benito discuss some of the economic implications at play. Although leading analysis indicates a new charter would preserve free market pillars such as property rights and central bank independence – what happens if a lack of political consensus leads to something very different?

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