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CBCHCentral Bank of Chile
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CBCHCenter for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health (Columbia University Medical Center; New York, NY)
CBCHCollective Bio-Cultural Heritage (agriculture)
CBCHCritical Body Composition Hypothesis (reproductive medicine)
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look after the stability of the currency and the normal functioning of internal and external payments." Law 18,840 Basic Constitutional Act Chile of the Central Bank of Chile (1989) "...
(29) Jose DeGregorio, "Economic Growth In Chile: Evidence, Sources, Prospects," Banco de Chile Documentos de Trabajo [Working Papers of the Central Bank of Chile, 298] (2004).
"Choosing an Exchange Rate Regime", Central Bank of Chile Working Paper No 494, October.
A 1995 Central Bank of Chile report warned that within twenty to thirty years all of Chile's original native forests will be destroyed if the current methods of timber exploitation don't change.
"Inflation Targeting in Latin America." working paper 105, Central Bank of Chile, 2001.
Over time, the central bank of Chile gradually increased the weight it attached to its price stability objective.
According to a 1995 Central Bank of Chile report, unless current destructive patterns are reversed all of Chile's private native forests will be stripped in 20 years.
He has also worked in different positions at the Central Bank of Chile, including as manager of Macroeconomic Analysis, manager of the Models and Projections Department and senior economist of the Research Division, the bank said.
The Central Bank of Chile (CBC) has increased its benchmark overnight rate by 25 basis points to 3.5 percent.
Horstmann, University of Toronto, and Sebastian Claro, Central Bank of Chile, "Intermediation and the Nature of Trade Costs: Theory and Evidence"
The monthly Economic Expectations Survey, as reported by the Central Bank of Chile, which includes the IMACEC statistics, also asks its local panel of 35 academics and consultants to estimate annual GDP.
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