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Chile’s $4.5bn stimulus: Boost follows months of mass protests

Chile’s president has announced a $4.5bn boost for the economy to help soften the blow of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sebastian Pinera made the announcement during his state of the nation address.
Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman reports from Santiago.

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    US politics get to lower level similar to 3rd world countries

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    Never expect too much from South America.
    It was ruined by the Catholic Church – the authoritarianism of Jesuits.
    And by the bone-idle attitude of the Spanish nobility who disdained industry as ignoble.

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    Hope the Chinese government or the OIC Nations together come forward and give unconditional support to them…..

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    Chile government had better entice the US companies to move some American manufacturing hubs to Chile. They should take advantage of the US-China conflict

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    el fracaso de capitalismo, chile es peor que Venezuela.

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    "Protests and riots got fanned by police violence," sounds familiar.

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