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BCCh Economist Survey To Be Published, Voters Split On Constitution

CHILE
  • Central Bank Economist Survey is scheduled to be published at 1330BST/0830ET.
  • Latest poll from Chile’s Centro de Estudios Publicos shows that 25% of Chileans would vote to approve new constitution and 27% to reject, within the survey’s margin of error, CEP said.
    • Still, 37% of Chileans said they are undecided on what they will vote Sep. 4 at the new constitution’s plebiscite.
  • The United States is missing opportunities to advance its democratic goals for Latin America by refusing to engage with adversaries in the region, according to Chile's new president. (Washington Post)
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  • Central Bank Economist Survey is scheduled to be published at 1330BST/0830ET.
  • Latest poll from Chile’s Centro de Estudios Publicos shows that 25% of Chileans would vote to approve new constitution and 27% to reject, within the survey’s margin of error, CEP said.
    • Still, 37% of Chileans said they are undecided on what they will vote Sep. 4 at the new constitution’s plebiscite.
  • The United States is missing opportunities to advance its democratic goals for Latin America by refusing to engage with adversaries in the region, according to Chile's new president. (Washington Post)