BADM 218 - Chile

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Chile : 

Chile McNeese State University BADM 218 – WH Fall 2010

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Chile : 

Chile It is known as the longest and narrowest country on the planet. It borders Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Antarctica, and the Pacific Ocean. Chile brandishes a large multiplicity of natural terrain.

From the Desert : 

From the Desert The Atacama Desert is primarily rainless and covers a 600-mile (1,000 km) strip of land on the Pacific coast of South America, west of the Andes mountains. The Atacama desert is the driest desert in the world. The Atacama is in northern Chile.

To The Andes Mountains : 

To The Andes Mountains The Andes are the world's longest continental mountain range. It is a continual range of highlands along the western coast of South America.

From Beaches : 

From Beaches Chile has many beaches. The northern region attracts surfers from all over the world. Pichilemu is located southwest of Santiago.

To The Subarctic Regions : 

To The Subarctic Regions The Patagonian south is icy and cold with strong winds

About Chile : 

About Chile

National Day : 

National Day

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ChorusSweet fatherland, accept the vowsWith which Chile swore at your altars:Either you'll be the tomb of the freeOr the refuge against oppressionEither you'll be the tomb of the freeOr the refuge against oppressionEither you'll be the tomb of the freeOr the refuge against oppressionOr the refuge against oppressionOr the refuge against oppression. National Anthem of Chile

The Language : 

The Language

Culture : 

Culture The culture of Chile has a very European touch to it. European style education of the Chilean population for centuries has given shape to Chilean culture in the form of rich music, art and architecture amongst other things.

Culture – Huaso “Cowboy” : 

Culture – Huaso “Cowboy” Huasos occupy a beloved place in Chile’s culture, just as cowboys do in the U.S. Typically, decked out in the traditional colorful ponchos called chamantos, they’re often seen in parades, rodeos, and other celebrations.

Chilean Peso : 

Chilean Peso

The Economy : 

The Economy Industry: Copper, other minerals, foodstuffs, fish processing, iron and steel Agriculture: Wheat, corn, grapes, beans; beef; fish; timber Exports: Copper, fish, fruits, paper and pulp, chemicals

The Economy : 

Chile has a strong economy, characterized by high volumes of foreign trade and a sound economic policy. Chile’s exports account for 40% of its GDP and have experienced growth of 4% since 1999. From 2003 to 2008, FDIs in Chile were worth $17 billion, which dropped to about $7 billion in 2009 due to the global economic crisis The Chilean government had injected a $4 billion stimulus to counter the recession in 2009, the result of which was felt in Q4 2009, when the economy showed signs of a recovery. The Economy

Economic Indicators : 

Economic Indicators

Investment Environment : 

Investment Environment Chile has successfully negotiated 21 free trade agreements (FTAs) with 55 partners around the world including Canada, Japan and the US. These agreements underscore Chile’s status as a free-trading nation. Chile officially encourages foreign investment, and investment legislation has been incrementally liberalized since 1974. The country also benefits from a transparent regulatory system and well-functioning bureaucracy. There is no waiting period before profits can be repatriated, and investors are guaranteed access to foreign exchange in the inter-bank currency market.

Balance of Trade : 

Balance of Trade

and coins, and may hire, in Chile or abroad, the printing of bank notes and the minting of coins. The characteristics of notes and their security measures are established by resolution of the Board of the Central Bank of Chile, and published in the official gazette. : 

and coins, and may hire, in Chile or abroad, the printing of bank notes and the minting of coins. The characteristics of notes and their security measures are established by resolution of the Board of the Central Bank of Chile, and published in the official gazette. Since September 29, 1975; the peso once again became the monetary unit. Today, the Bank has the exclusive right to issue bank notes and coins, and may hire, in Chile or abroad, the printing of bank notes and the minting of coins. From 1953 until September 1975, the peso was replaced by the escudo. Monetary System

Political System : 

Political System The Chilean government is comprised of an executive, legislative and judicial branch similar to that of the United States. The executive branch, while also being the head of government, appoints their entire cabinet and is “elected by popular vote for a single four-year term.

Legal System : 

Legal System Chile utilizes a civil law system where the law is based on a detailed set of written laws and codes. Chile followed the Roman, Spanish and French legal traditions in the designing of its own legal system. As a civil law jurisdiction, Chile's legal system is governed by codes written by legal scholars (civil, labor, criminal, etc.). Judges are bound by the codes and are not obliged to follow previous judicial decisions.

Successful Transition into Chile : 

Successful Transition into Chile

Failed Businesses into Chile : 

Failed Businesses into Chile

Global Business Saves Lives : 

Global Business Saves Lives The Chilean miners who were rescued in October 2010, owes its success to globalization. The efforts and rescue of the miners were done with contributions from all over the world.

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