Chile economy recorded growth of 15.6% in September; double-digit growth for 6th consecutive month

For the month, economic activity grew 1.7% (seasonally adjusted), driven by the performance of services, which were driven by fewer mobility constraints than the previous month

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Chilean economy grew slower than previous months but returned to double-digit growth for the sixth consecutive month. On Tuesday, the Central Bank said that Imacec (Monthly Index of Business Activity) rose 15.6% in September. A Bloomberg survey also estimated that economic activity would increase 12.3% in the ninth month.

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The issuing agency noted that all components of the Imacec increased compared to the same period last year, "highlighting the contribution of . . .

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