Chile comfortable with peso's recent weakening- Finance Minister
SANTIAGO Jan 30 (Reuters) - Chile Finance Minister Felipe Larrain on Thursday said he feels "comfortable" with the Chilean peso's recent weakening and stressed the Andean country is well prepared to face the withdrawal of U.S. monetary stimulus.
The Chilean peso has shed around 4 percent this year and lost 9.01 percent in 2013 against the U.S. dollar.
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