Daily News March 29, 2016

Chile seen growing up to 2.2 percent this year: central bank Chile, the world’s largest copper producer, will expand 1.25 to 2.25 percent this year, central bank  policy makers said in their quarterly monetary policy report Monday, down from their previous estimate of 2 to 3 percent. “The economy will grow beneath its potential for a good part of the forecast period,” policy makers said. “Activity and demand have lost strength, the labour market has weakened and consumer and corporate sentiment remain pessimistic.” Livemint reports. Brazil’s Gol hires PJT Partners as financial adviser Brazilian carrier Gol Linhas Aereas hired PJT Partners Inc. to advise on how to strengthen the carrier’s capital structure, liquidity and debt profile. Domestic demand for flights […]

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