By Jorge G. Gusmán
Today Chile is not a "model to be reckoned with." At best it is a "new experiment" of the "new left" and/or "a destination" for investments that, as in the cases of China and Canada, focus on profitable sectors such as mining and renewable energy.
By inertia it is "a destination" for ecotourists interested in the biogeography of the extreme north and southern zone, which at the beginning of the 2022-2023 season have remained inaccessible due to a prolonged and internationally publicized ranger strike.
CHILE IS “DIFFERENT”
The United States ambassador has found . . .