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February 18, 2014 12:00 AM

Andres Oppenheimer: Chile's Pinera leaves office on a high note

Chilean President Sebastian Pinera will leave office March 11 with high popularity and one of the best economic records in Latin America. So when I interviewed him a few a days ago, I was curious to know what was his recipe, and why -- after achieving such good macro-economic figures -- did the opposition win the Dec. 15 elections by a landslide.

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