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Exodus of wealth ruins Chile’s appeal on Wall Street

Chile, Latin America's leading economy for most of the past 50 years and a Wall Street darling, is facing an existential dilemma on many counts.

Its Milton Friedman-inspired Constitution is still intact, for now.

But virtually everywhere you look, the pillars of the country's free-market system — from private pensions and healthcare to the tax burden on big business — are under attack following the election of its most left-leaning president in decades.

This is having a chilling effect on the wealthy class of the country.

From the third floor of a large glass building in the . . .

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