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Multiple projections show a Sebastián Piñera win. But we can wait and make sure he's not a Chilean Thomas Dewey.
Lots of happy friends in Chile tonight. Great moment for democracy in Latin America and those of us who believe in economic growth as the path to success.
I agree--I keep hearing all those people who say economic growth is a waste of time.
Yes, this is a major blow for the parties that advocate unemployment and poverty /snark>
He ain't Dewey. There are indeed a lot of happy Chileans - driving around Las Condes. But I expect an Obamaesque drop on public opinion in the coming months.
There's no lack of left wingers in Latin America that oppose growth as a legitimate goal, calling it a capitalist objective. Just check what Chavez or Morales have said, Chavez even wants to redefine GDP. But lucky for Chileans that doesn't happen in their country.The good news is that Latin America appears to be moving away from the crazy left ideas. Brazil and Argentina may be the next two to move right.
I'm not a Chavez fan, but I was wondering if you could show me a quote from either him or Morales in which they said that they opposed economic growth under any circumstances.As for Brazil, your comment is bizarre: Brazil's economy showed growth starting the second quarter of last year.
Yes, this is a major blow for the parties that advocate unemployment and povertyIndeed, my hopes and dreams of mass impoverishment in Chile have been dashed.
As for Brazil, your comment is bizarre: Brazil's economy showed growth starting the second quarter of last year.His comment with regard to Bolivia was quite bizarre, too. Bolivia's economy grew three percent in 2009, which is not shabby at all, given the circumstances.
Redefining GDP (or more accurately replacing it) as a key economic indicator is an idea with some support around the world. It is well known that GDP fails to accurately capture what it purports to.
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