Central Bank of Chile - Annual Report 2005

According to the Central Bank of Chile's Annual Report 2005, in 2005, the Chilean economy continued to face very favorable external conditions.

Strong world growth slowed only very marginally compared to an extraordinary performance in 2004, with the main thrust continuing to come from the US and China. The Japanese economy recovered and the Euro area's performance picked up, especially toward the second half, with the pattern for world growth tending toward a balance. The copper price rose

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