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Las bases doctrinales del conflicto entre Iglesia y el Estado en Chile 1875-1885 (49).
The board of directors of Santander Chile has agreed to a total purchase price of CLP62.136bn for 51.0 percent, corresponding to CLP59.063bn for 49.0 percent held by SKBerge and CLP3.073bn for 2.0 percent held by Grupo Santander.
This agreement is the largest renewable energy supply deal ever signed by the Enel Group in terms of annual volumes as well as the largest deal of its kind in Chile.
Peru did not silent even after registering the goal first and they kept on manoeuvring the ball inside Chile's half.
Minister Elmar Mammadyarov noted that Azerbaijan and Chile actively cooperate within international organizations and the positions over many issues of international agenda coincide.
"This partnership will meaningfully increase Chubb's already significant presence in Chile and in the important region of Latin America," Chubb Chairman and CEO Evan Greenberg said in prepared remarks.
Elsewhere in Chile, Renner Coatings has a manufacturing plant in Antofagasta that is oriented to the mining industry, the largest contributor to Chile's economy.
Fitch has also affirmed Enel Chile's long-term National Scale Rating at 'AA(cl)'.
Ambassador of Chile to Pakistan, Jean Paul Tarud, with resident Mission in UAE, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister, at the PM Office.
The loyal chile farmer was eventually promoted to head of the King's Guard, causing the Toltec nobles-who resented the king's decision--to form a coup.
Abortion rights activists in Chile received a landmark victory in August as the country's Constitutional Court upheld legislation relaxing Chile's abortion ban.