Central Bank breaks down GDP by region in Chile: these were the ones that grew the most and least

The growth of the GDP was explained by positive indices in all the macro zones, standing out the Metropolitan region, followed by the central and southern zones. The southern zone was the one with the lowest indices in the national result.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAIL - In its work to expand statistical information, the Central Bank presented this Thursday the quarterly Gross Domestic Product (GDP), broken down by macrozones.

According to preliminary information from the Quarterly National Accounts, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew 7.2% compared to the first quarter of the previous year. For its part, household consumption (CHog) registered a growth of 13.9% in twelve months, said the Bank.

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