RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) estimated on Monday in a report a 6.7% growth of Chile's economy by 2021, driven largely by an increase in private consumption that should be promoted with policies to support households.
According to its economic outlook report, the OECD further forecasts a 3.5% economic expansion in 2022, and both growths will be supported by a "recovery in investment, higher copper prices, higher public investment, and favorable financing conditions."
"Inflation will pick up temporarily, driven by energy prices and supply constraints, and converge to the . . .