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  • January 29, 2013

    Premier “Violeta Went to Heaven”, 29 de marzo

    Sponsored by the North American Chilean Chamber of Commerce. NEW YORK: Premier ”Violeta Went to Heaven” 29 de marzo en el Lincoln Plaza Cinema. Para más información de la premier en español, llamar 212.629.6880

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  • January 18, 2013

    Exposición de pintura del destacado artista chileno Mario Toral

    EL CONSULADO GENERAL DE CHILE EN NUEVA YORK Y EL INSTITUTO CERVANTES DE NUEVA YORK tienen el agrado de invitarle a la exposición de pintura del destacado artista chileno Mario Toral.

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  • October 27, 2012

    Informal Luncheon, TAX REFORM IN CHILE, December 6, 2012

    Partner for America and Global Lead Tax Policy Partner for the Mining Industry. Mr. Escobar has extensive tax experience in the Chilean public and private sectors. He was the Commissioner of the Chilean Internal Revenue Service from 2006-2010, where he led one of the key teams working on Chile’s accession process to the OECD.

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  • October 4, 2012

    Informal Luncheon:The Challenges of Higher Education in Chile

    Dr.Ignacio Sánchez, President, Pontifical, Catholic University of Chile

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  • September 27, 2012

    The North American Chilean Chamber of Commerce honored: Roberto De Andraca, Agustin Huneeus and David Spencer

    The annual gala dinner is an occasion to celebrate Chilean-U.S. businesses and commercial ties. Our organization was founded 94 years to bring Chilean and U.S. business leaders together for dialogue and trading opportunities, and to engage Legal experts, scholars, politicians and representatives from a host of other disciplines, all of whom help create the practical and cultural conditions that will make possible and stimulate trade between our two countries.

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  • September 8, 2012

    Chile posts largest trade gap since 2008, CPI up

    Chile, the world's top copper producer, posted its largest trade deficit in August since the height of the global financial crisis nearly four years ago, as exports of the metal slipped below the $3.0 billion mark for the first time since June 2010. Chile's trade deficit of $843 million in August was far wider than the $95 million gap in July and contrasts with a year-earlier surplus of $490.7 million, the central bank said on Friday. August's trade deficit is the largest since October 2008.

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  • September 8, 2012

    CHILE: PRODUCING WHAT YOUR CUSTOMERS WANT

    Customers are a fickle lot. Their favorites of yesterday are their forgotten of today. So how can you stay ahead of the consumer curve? Innovate, take risks and check out some market research we’ve been following!

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  • September 5, 2012

    Chile central bank raises GDP growth forecast

    SANTIAGO, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Chile's central bank on Wednesday raised its 2012 forecast for economic growth and cut its projection for inflation, based on the assumption that no short-term changes in the bank's benchmark interest rate of 5 percent would occur.

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