Chile's Economy Grew More Than Forecast in July on ServicesBy
Imacec index increased 2.5% from year earlier; forecast was 2%
Exports tumble 18%, pushing the trade balance into a deficit
Chile’s economy expanded more than expected in July, led by service industries and electric utilities, while exports tumbled to the lowest level in six years in August amid a slump in copper prices.
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