RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In the framework of Chile Day, an event that seeks to promote the Chilean capital market at a global level and which is being held in London, the two presidential candidates that will face each other in the second round showed the adjustments they are making to their campaign programs.
They have even backtracked on some of their initial positions to broaden their electoral scope, pushed by the reality of the economy and fiscal weakness.
This set of positions can be seen in the statements made by economists Stephany Griffith-Jones, economic advisor to left-wing . . .