China overtook the United States in 2016 to become Chile's No. 1 wine market, Angelica Valenzuela, commercial director of Vinos de Chile
Alejandro Aravena es el cuarto latinoamericano que gana este premio con su grandiosa obra.
The “popular” Michelle Bachelet administration, the one that called itself the voice of the people and bragged about its progressive reforms, has suffered a painful setback.
Hundreds of thousands of people across Chile have taken part in protests against the country's controversial privatised pension plan
Chile’s New Majority suffered a heavy defeat this weekend at the voting booths, while opposition Vamos Chile celebrated an 18-percent increase in held offices compared to 2012.
Ricardo Navarrete Betanzo, the Chilean ambassador talks Colombia, about the importance of strengthened ties between the two nations
Chilean journalist-turned senator Alejandro Guillier accepted the presidential nomination of the center-left Radical Party
Since March 2014 the country's eolic and solar energy projects have increased a 108% and have the capacity of 4,051MW.
The Chilean navy has removed more than 200 tons of trash from Antarctica in an operation involving 268 sailors, the armed forces said.
Chilean ruling coalition splits, increasing chances of Piñera in presidential election
Economic activity fell 0.4% in October from the year-earlier month, the first annual contraction since October 2009
Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena won the prestigious 2016 Pritzker Prize Wednesday, earning praise for "powerful" designs that address key social and economic challenges of the 21st century.
The country has so much solar energy it gave it away.
There are no easy answers to the pensions conundrum, whether in Chile or elsewhere. Chilean legislators will have to make difficult choices with hard-to-quantify tradeoffs.
Some 80,000 jobs were created in Chile last year. That compares to 200,000 jobs created when the economy of the top copper exporter was booming in 2011.
The government will reallocate $100 million from the current budget, while another $233 million will be taken out of a rainy-day fund that the government maintains for such situations
Chilean President Bachelet said that the country’s budgeted spending would rise 2.7 percent in 2017 compared with this year, the lowest rate of growth in 14 years, as a sluggish economy has crimped income.
Today, instead of gathering whatever seaweed Mother Nature provides, farmers plant and harvest red algae in carefully regulated quantities
In the second city Valparaíso, Jorge Sharp, a veteran of 2011 student protests, was chosen in a ‘citizen’s primary’ to take on the traditional parties for the mayor’s job
With over 99 percent of results counted on Sunday night in local elections, the right-leaning Chile Vamos pact emerged as the big winner.
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