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    The staff reports for the 2013 Article IV Consultation on the Chile discuss the strong and inclusive growth over the medium term. Technocratic, rules-based, and transparent policy management; monetary policy under a floating exchange rate undertaken by a credible central bank; and prudent fiscal policy, since 2001 under a near-legendary fiscal rule, has enhanced policy clarity, reinforced Chile’s resilience to shocks, and allowed for vigorous policy responses when needed, as after the global financial crisis and the earthquake. The widening current account deficit and the increased reliance on debt financing have increased balance of payments stability risks and Chile’s exposure to sudden stops.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 13/198.

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    Length: 54
    Date of creation: 08 Jul 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:13/198

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    Keywords: Article IV consultation reports; Economic growth; Demand; Fiscal policy; Banking sector; Bank legislation; Monetary policy; Economic indicators; Public information notices; Chile; central bank; current account; external debt; current account deficit; debt sustainability; balance of payments; public sector debt; external shocks; current account balance; public finances; debt dynamics; public debt; debt stock; total external debt; currency debt; currency mismatches; foreign currency debt; short-term debt; debt ratio; debt sustainability analysis; net debt; domestic currency; external financing; external debt sustainability; sovereign debt; commercial debt; budget law; liquid foreign currency; public enterprises debt; amortization payments; long-term debt; government debt; balance of payment; private banks; external public sector debt;

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