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Chile is a country of startling contrasts and extreme beauty, with attractions ranging from the towering volcanic peaks of the Andes to the ancient forests of the Lake District. There are a multitude of very good parks here, and plenty of opportunities for fine adventure travel. Chile is justly famous as the location of Torres del Paine, considered by many to be the finest nature travel destinations in all of South America.
  1. Chile GDP - real growth rate - Economy

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    Facts and statistics about the GDP - real growth rate of Chile. Updated as of 2012.

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    Facts and statistics about the GDP - per capita (PPP) of Chile. Updated as of 2012.

  3. Chile's GDP Expanded 6% in 2011 - WSJ.com

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    Mar 19, 2012 – Chile's economy grew at a robust 6% pace last year, picking up speed in the fourth quarter on resilient domestic demand.

  4. UPDATE 3-Chile GDP growth quickens pace in Q2, rates seen held ...

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    Aug 20, 2012 – Q2 GDP expands 5.5 pct y/y, as expected * Robust domestic demand boosts world No.1 copper producer * Key rate seen held at 5 pct in ...

  5. UPDATE 2-Chile GDP growth slows in Q1 vs Q4, rate seen held ...

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    May 18, 2012 – Economy grew a seasonally adjusted 1.4 percent in 1stquarter vs 4th * GDP increased 5.6 percent from a year earlier * Domestic demand rose ...

  6. Chile | Data

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    Chile. Latin America & Caribbean (developing only). Income level Upper middle income. GDP (current US$). $248.6 billion 2011. Population, total. 17.27 million ...

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Chile, officially the Republic of Chile, is a country in South America occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Wikipedia

Capital: Santiago

Dialing code: 56

Currency: Chilean peso

Population: 17,269,525 (2011) World Bank

GDP: 248.6 billion USD (2011) World Bank

Government: Presidential system, Unitary state, Republic

Points of interest

Torres del Paine National...

Cerro San Cristóbal

Cerro Chaltén

Huáscar

Conguillío National Park

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For anyone who has ever been fascinated by geography, the long, impossibly thin line of Chile has always produced a tiny moment of astonishment. Chile stretches over 4,300 km (2,700 mi) along the southwestern coast of South America, a distance roughly the same as that from San Francisco to New York, or Edinburgh to Baghdad. At the same time, its width never exceeds 240 km (150 mi), making the country more than eighteen times longer than its widest point.

The most obvious factor in Chile's remarkable slenderness is the massive, virtually impassable wall of the Andes, a mountain range that is still rising and that contains more than fifty active volcanic peaks. The western border is of course the Pacific Ocean, but it is a misconception to picture Chile as nothing more than the steep western slope of the Andean peaks. All along its length Chile is marked by a narrow depression between the mountains and the sea. To the north the land rises and becomes more arid, until one reaches the forbidding Atacama Desert, one of the most inhospitable regions on earth. To the south just the opposite transformation takes place: the land falls away, and the region between mountains and ocean fades into the baffling archipelagic maze that terminates in Chilean Patagonia. Chile's southern extremity is marked by Cape Horn, a treacherous headland surrounded by almost continuously storm-tossed seas and passable only through the foggy stillness of the Strait of Magellan. then has the best chile