Chile's economy grew 3.7 percent year-on-year in June, the lowest monthly growth rate since the beginning of 2021, the Central Bank of Chile reported provisionally on Monday.
The institution said in its report that the seasonally adjusted series declined 0.2 percent in the month under review compared to May this year and posted a 12-month increase of 3.8 percent.
Market analysts believe that the monthly decline in activity confirms a "slowdown" in the Chilean economy.
Regarding the breakdown by economic activity, the result of the monthly index of economic activity (Imacec) in the . . .