RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - At least since the social outburst, several people have been saying it: wealthy Chileans are taking their fortunes out of the country.
The political environment, the new Constitution, the tax changes pushed by the government that takes office in 2022, and a smaller capital market after the successive withdrawals of pension funds have caused lawyers and tax advisors to have an unusual workload advising clients.
Read also: Check out our coverage on Chile
The figures bear witness to this. For example, between August and this week in October . . .