Fiscal Spending Cushions Chile’s First Contraction in 6 Yrs

  • GDP shrank 0.4% in second quarter from previous three months
  • Contraction was less than the 0.7% forecast by economists

A jump in fiscal spending cushioned Chile’s first economic contraction in more than six years in the second quarter as mining output declines and unemployment begins to rise.

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