Energy company Enel Chile, through its renewable energy subsidiary Enel Green Power Chile, has started construction on a new 204MW photovoltaic park. The $164 million solar plant, which is due to be completed by July 2021, will produce around 589GWh of energy, avoiding the emission of 439,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Chilean exports to Latin America increased 25% in September compared to the same period last year. With a total of $915 million, it is the month with the highest value exported to the region. Exports to Brazil increased by 38%, reaching $310 millions, while sales to Peru reached $257 millions, an annual growth of 67%. Exports to Bolivia registered an annual increased of 94%, reaching $42 million. Exports to Argentina reached $59 million, an annual increase of 22%.
According to the Superintendence of Insolvency and Restructuring, the companies that requested to start their liquidation process in September reached 178, an annual increase of 56.1%. Compared to August the increase was 14.8%, and is the largest jump so far this year.
The largest gym chains in Chile (Sportlife, Energy, Smart Fit and Pacific Gym) created an association and requested that they be allowed to reopen their stores in phase 3 and not in phase 5 of the government's reactivation plan. They argue that they comply with all the protocols and warned that the sector has stopped … Continue reading Gyms calculate losses of $250mn
The World Bank has worsened its projections for the Chilean economy and forecasts a 6.3% drop in activity by 2020. The figure represents a significant increase from the 4.2% drop projected last June. For next year, the international organisation foresees a rise in the country's GDP of 4.2%, improving on the 3.1% forecast four months ago. While for 2022, it estimates a growth of 3.1%.