No significant short-term capital entering Chile-central bank
SANTIAGO Dec 19 (Reuters) - Large flows of short-term capital are not flooding into Chile in the wake of the U.S. Federal Reserve's announcement of a fresh round of monetary stimulus, central bank president Rodrigo Vergara said on Wednesday.
Latin American policy-makers are worried stimulus measures in the developed world will trigger more capital flows that could further strengthen the commodities-dependent region's currencies, its finance ministers said on Friday.
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