Its Reputation Still Intact Despite Protests, Chile Seeks to Attract Foreign Investors

Chile plans to issue US$8.7 billion in debt securities, of which US$5.3 billion will be sold abroad.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile's reputation among foreign investors for its solid fiscal management has survived the recent wave of protests, according to market indicators. The government says it now intends to profit from this credibility.

Chile plans to issue this year US$8.7 (R$35) billion in debt securities, of which US$5.3 billion will be sold abroad, up from US$3 billion in 2019. Of those bond sales abroad, US$3.3 billion will be . . .

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