Chile relaxes foreign exchange rules
On April 16, 2001, the Chilean Central Bank approved a series of amendments to the Compendium of Foreign Exchange Regulations - which contains the foreign exchange rules governing international transactions such as inbound and outbound foreign investment, deposits, loans, insurance, derivatives and guarantees - thereby establishing an entirely new regime.
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