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Chile’s government probably won’t need to implement a contingency plan to stimulate growth as long as the European sovereign-debt crisis doesn’t intensify, La Tercera reported today, citing Deputy Finance Minister Julio Dittborn.
Gross domestic product will expand an estimated 4 percent to 5 percent this year and next, the Santiago-based newspaper quoted him as saying in an interview.
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