Businesses Go Bankrupt As Looting And Fires Mark Chilean Protests

During the November 2019 protests in Chile, the looting has resulted in the failure of medium and large companies in the South American country. Once a world leader in copper production and rated the 10th best country to invest in before the protests. Chile is currently 19th in economic freedom ranking with high standards in government integrity, monetary freedom, fiscal health, and commercial freedom.

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In October 2019, the Chilean government announced an increase in the price of public transport tickets. Almost immediately, students came out to demonstrate in the streets. They were initially requesting not to pay the tickets in protest. After some incidents, the government decreed a state of exception in Santiago, the capital. This measure generated agitation in...

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