Alejandro Navarro, a Chilean
parliamentarian and member of a group of Chilean
politicians dubbed the "Green Bench," says that the government of President Eduardo Frei's handling of the issue was "erratic and contradictory." Elected officials criticized the Pumalin project, he says, but went out of their way to support large-scale foreign logging projects, such as the U.S.-based Trillium company's plans for Tierra del Fuego.
This study locates the construction of working-class masculinity in the Chilean
copper mines in the tensions and antagonisms produced by the transformation of a population of itinerant laborers into a semi-skilled industrial working class.
Goodman and Ferrara, among others, have cited some problems with the Chilean
approach - most notably the rather strict government regulations on how people can invest their retirement savings.
Turrentine said that Yugoslavian bulk wines are a little less expensive than Chilean
, but that quality wasn't as good.
Compared with residents in some other Latin American countries with successful economies, Chileans
, along with Colombians (44%) and Brazilians (41%), were the most likely to say they are very worried about not having enough money for retirement.
While more tourists are fine, visitors really don't figure into Chilean
vineyards' business models, say some industry leaders.
Since the summer, a half- dozen former generals and two score other military officers have been indicted by reinvigorated Chilean
He and other embassy officers talked about human rights with the Chileans
. But they also made it clear to Chile that the problem was with Congress and the U.S.
Summary: The 33 trapped Chilean
miners have been given a bundle of fibre-optic joy allowing them to watch the Chilean
national football team play.
Standing halfway up the steep walkway at Camp Sewell, the tiny mining town known as the birthplace of the Chilean
copper industry, it's easy to see why, early on, people never came down.