Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Chile’s Finance Minister Felipe Larrain sees a negative bias on global growth forecasts. While the probability of a 2009-like global recession is still low, the chance are growing, he told a conference in Santiago today.
Larrain attributed a decline in the price of copper, Chile’s biggest export, to slowing Chinese demand for the metal.
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